Vascular Plants

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Wilson, A.J.G., Hewson, H.J. & Mowatt, J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1995), Lomatia. Flora of Australia 16 : 374-382 (Section) Wilson, A.J.G., Hewson, H.J. & Mowatt, J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Black-leaved Silky Oak
  2. Embothrium crithmifolium Steud.
  3. Embothrium ferrugineum Cav.
  4. Embothrium herbaceum Cav.
  5. Embothrium ilicifolium (R.Br.) Poir.
  6. Embothrium longifolium (R.Br.) Poir.
  7. Embothrium myricoides C.F.Gaertn.
  8. Embothrium silaifolium Sm.
  9. Embothrium tinctorium Labill.
  10. Forest Lomatia
  11. Grevillea silaifolia Donn
  12. Holly Lomatia
  13. Lomatia R.Br.
  14. Lomatia Silky Oak
  15. Lomatia angustifolia Schnizl.
  16. Lomatia arborescens L.R.Fraser & Vickery
  17. Lomatia arguta Gand.
  18. Lomatia densa Gand.
  19. Lomatia elegantissima Hend. ex R.Hogg
  20. Lomatia fallacina Gand.
  21. Lomatia ferruginea (Cav.) R.Br.
  22. Lomatia fraseri R.Br.
  23. Lomatia fraseri var. pinnatipartita F.Muell.
  24. Lomatia fraseri var. velutina F.Muell.
  25. Lomatia fraxinifolia F.Muell. ex Benth.
  26. Lomatia ilicifolia R.Br.
  27. Lomatia ilicifolia var. axillaris R.Br.
  28. Lomatia ilicifolia var. glabrata R.Br.
  29. Lomatia ilicifolia var. hyposericea F.Muell.
  30. Lomatia ilicifolia var. integrifolia F.Muell.
  31. Lomatia ilicifolia var. ovata R.Br.
  32. Lomatia ilicifolia var. pinnatifida Hook.
  33. Lomatia ilicifolia var. pinnatisecta F.Muell.
  34. Lomatia longifolia R.Br.
  35. Lomatia longifolia var. arborescens Benth.
  36. Lomatia longifolia var. reticulata Meisn.
  37. Lomatia longifolia var. subevenia Meisn.
  38. Lomatia myricoides (C.F.Gaertn.) Domin
  39. Lomatia polymorpha R.Br.
  40. Lomatia polymorpha var. cinerea R.Br.
  41. Lomatia polymorpha var. rufa R.Br.
  42. Lomatia praelonga Gand.
  43. Lomatia silaifolia (Sm.) R.Br.
  44. Lomatia silaifolia f. angustifolia (R.Br.) Domin
  45. Lomatia silaifolia f. latifolia (R.Br.) Domin
  46. Lomatia silaifolia f. pinnata (R.Br.) Domin
  47. Lomatia silaifolia var. angustifolia R.Br.
  48. Lomatia silaifolia var. divaricata Domin
  49. Lomatia silaifolia var. induta F.Muell. ex Benth.
  50. Lomatia silaifolia var. latifolia R.Br.
  51. Lomatia silaifolia var. pinnata R.Br.
  52. Lomatia silaifolia var. stenoloba Domin
  53. Lomatia silaifolia var. typica Domin
  54. Lomatia sinuata R.Br.
  55. Lomatia stenophylla Gand.
  56. Lomatia tasmanica W.M.Curtis
  57. Lomatia tinctoria (Labill.) R.Br.
  58. Long-leaf Lomatia
  59. Mountain Beech
  60. Native Holly
  61. River Lomatia
  62. Silky Lomatia
  63. Tree Lomatia
  64. Tricondylus Knight
  65. Tricondylus ferrugineus (Cav.) Knight
  66. Tricondylus fraseri (R.Br.) Kuntze
  67. Tricondylus ilicifolius (R.Br.) Kuntze
  68. Tricondylus myricifolius Knight
  69. Tricondylus myricoides (C.F.Gaertn.) Kuntze
  70. Tricondylus polymorphus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  71. Tricondylus silaifolius (Sm.) Knight
  72. Tricondylus sinuatus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  73. Tricondylus tinctorius (Labill.) Knight

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