Vascular Plants

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Wilson, Paul G., Armstrong, J.A. & Griffin, E.A. (17 February 1998), Diplolaena (Rutaceae) new taxa and nomenclatural notes. Nuytsia 12(1) : 107-118 (Paper) Wilson, Paul G., Armstrong, J.A. & Griffin, E.A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Diplolaena R.Br.
  2. Diplolaena andrewsii Ostenf.
  3. Diplolaena angustifolia Hook.
  4. Diplolaena cinerea Paul G.Wilson
  5. Diplolaena dampieri Desf.
  6. Diplolaena drummondii (Benth.) Ostenf.
  7. Diplolaena eneabbensis Paul G.Wilson
  8. Diplolaena ferruginea Paul G.Wilson
  9. Diplolaena geraldtonensis Paul G.Wilson
  10. Diplolaena grandiflora Desf.
  11. Diplolaena graniticola Paul G.Wilson
  12. Diplolaena leemaniana Paul G.Wilson
  13. Diplolaena microcephala Bartl.
  14. Diplolaena microcephala var. drummondii Benth.
  15. Diplolaena microcephala var. velutina Paul G.Wilson
  16. Diplolaena mollis Paul G.Wilson
  17. Diplolaena obovata Paul G.Wilson
  18. Diplolaena salicifolia Bartl.
  19. Diplolaena salicifolia var. cuneata Bartl.
  20. Diplolaena salicifolia var. revoluta Bartl.
  21. Diplolaena velutina (Paul G.Wilson) Paul G.Wilson

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