Vascular Plants

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Wilson, K.L. (26 April 1994), New taxa and combinations in the family Cyperaceae in eastern Australia. Telopea 5(4) : 589-625 (Paper) Wilson, K.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Baumea planifolia (Benth.) K.L.Wilson
  2. Carpha alpina var. subacaulis Kük.
  3. Carpha deusta R.Br.
  4. Carpha nivicola F.Muell.
  5. Caustis flexuosa R.Br.
  6. Caustis flexuosa var. rectiramulosa Kük.
  7. Caustis recurvata Spreng.
  8. Caustis recurvata var. foliosa Kük.
  9. Caustis restiacea F.Muell. ex Benth.
  10. Chaetospora axillaris R.Br.
  11. Chaetospora brevisetis R.Br.
  12. Chaetospora calostachya R.Br.
  13. Chaetospora curvifolia R.Br.
  14. Chaetospora deformis R.Br.
  15. Chaetospora imberbis R.Br.
  16. Chaetospora lepidosperma F.Muell.
  17. Chaetospora nitens R.Br.
  18. Chaetospora paludosa R.Br.
  19. Chaetospora pedicellata R.Br.
  20. Chaetospora tenuissima Hook.f.
  21. Chaetospora turbinata R.Br.
  22. Chorizandra australis K.L.Wilson
  23. Chorizandra cymbaria R.Br.
  24. Cladium drummondii C.B.Clarke
  25. Cladium teretifolium var. asperrimum Kük.
  26. Cladium tetraquetrum var. planifolium Benth.
  27. Cyperus eglobosus K.L.Wilson
  28. Cyperus halpan J.Kern
  29. Cyperus haspan L.
  30. Cyperus vorsteri K.L.Wilson
  31. Eleocharis macbarronii K.L.Wilson
  32. Isolepis gaudichaudiana Kunth
  33. Lepidosperma avium K.L.Wilson
  34. Lepidosperma clipeicola K.L.Wilson
  35. Lepidosperma evansianum K.L.Wilson
  36. Lepidosperma filiforme Labill.
  37. Lepidosperma flexuosum R.Br.
  38. Lepidosperma forsythii A.A.Ham.
  39. Lepidosperma gunnii Boeckeler
  40. Lepidosperma latens K.L.Wilson
  41. Lepidosperma laterale R.Br.
  42. Lepidosperma laterale var. majus Benth.
  43. Lepidosperma lineare R.Br.
  44. Lepidosperma tetragynum R.Br.
  45. Lepidosperma urophorum f. North Coast form
  46. Mariscus grantii C.B.Clarke
  47. Ptilanthelium Steud.
  48. Ptilanthelium chauvinii Steud.
  49. Ptilothrix K.L.Wilson
  50. Ptilothrix deusta (R.Br.) K.L.Wilson
  51. Schoenus apogon Roem. & Schult.
  52. Schoenus brachyphyllus F.Muell. ex J.M.Black
  53. Schoenus brevisetis (R.Br.) Poir.
  54. Schoenus calostachyus (R.Br.) Poir.
  55. Schoenus centralis Latz
  56. Schoenus curvifolius (R.Br.) Poir.
  57. Schoenus deformis (R.Br.) Poir.
  58. Schoenus evansianus K.L.Wilson
  59. Schoenus laevigatus W.Fitzg.
  60. Schoenus lepidosperma (F.Muell.) K.L.Wilson
  61. Schoenus lepidosperma (F.Muell.) K.L.Wilson subsp. lepidosperma
  62. Schoenus lepidosperma subsp. pachylepis (S.T.Blake) K.L.Wilson
  63. Schoenus maschalinus Roem. & Schult.
  64. Schoenus nitens (R.Br.) Poir.
  65. Schoenus nitens var. major Ewart & Jean White
  66. Schoenus pachylepis S.T.Blake
  67. Schoenus paludosus (R.Br.) Poir.
  68. Schoenus pedicellatus (R.Br.) Poir.
  69. Schoenus tenuissimus Benth.
  70. Schoenus turbinatus (R.Br.) Poir.
  71. Scirpus gaudichaudiana (Kunth) Boeckeler
  72. Scirpus inundatus var. floribundus Benth.
  73. Uncinia nemoralis K.L.Wilson
  74. Uncinia sulcata K.L.Wilson

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