Vascular Plants

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Duretto, M.F. & Ladiges, P.Y. (20 June 1997), Morphological variation within the Boronia grandisepala group (Rutaceae) and the description of nine taxa endemic to the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 10(2) : 249-302 (Paper) Duretto, M.F. & Ladiges, P.Y. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Boronia D60356 Magela Creek
  2. Boronia D6347 Kakadu
  3. Boronia D6852 Jabiru
  4. Boronia aff. laxa 1 (Northern Plateau, Arnhem Land)
  5. Boronia aff. laxa 2 (Nabarlek, Arnhem Land)
  6. Boronia aff. prolixa 1 (Red Lily Lagoon, Arnhem Land)
  7. Boronia amplectens Duretto
  8. Boronia grandisepala F.Muell.
  9. Boronia grandisepala subsp. acanthophida Duretto
  10. Boronia grandisepala F.Muell. subsp. grandisepala
  11. Boronia laxa Duretto
  12. Boronia prolixa Duretto
  13. Boronia quadrilata Duretto
  14. Boronia sp. 1 (Lazarides 9004)
  15. Boronia sp. 2 (Craven 5957)
  16. Boronia sp. 4 (Craven 6226)
  17. Boronia suberosa Duretto
  18. Boronia verecunda Duretto
  19. Boronia viridiflora Duretto
  20. Boronia xanthastrum Duretto

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