Vascular Plants

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Chinnock, R.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Isoetaceae. Flora of Australia 48 (Section) Chinnock, R.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Calamaria gunnii (A.Braun) Kuntze
  2. Calamaria humilior (F.Muell. ex A.Braun) Kuntze
  3. Isoetaceae Rchb.
  4. Isoetes L.
  5. Isoetes attenuata C.R.Marsden & Chinnock
  6. Isoetes australis S.Williams
  7. Isoetes brevicula E.R.L.Johnson
  8. Isoetes caroli E.R.L.Johnson
  9. Isoetes coromandelina L.f.
  10. Isoetes coromandelina subsp. macrotuberculata C.R.Marsden
  11. Isoetes cristata C.R.Marsden & Chinnock
  12. Isoetes drummondii A.Braun
  13. Isoetes drummondii subsp. anomala C.R.Marsden & Chinnock
  14. Isoetes drummondii A.Braun subsp. drummondii
  15. Isoetes drummondii var. anomala D.M.Britton & D.F.Brunt.
  16. Isoetes elatior F.Muell. ex A.Braun
  17. Isoetes gunnii A.Braun
  18. Isoetes hookeri A.Braun
  19. Isoetes humilior F.Muell. ex A.Braun
  20. Isoetes inflata E.R.L.Johnson
  21. Isoetes mongerensis E.R.L.Johnson
  22. Isoetes muelleri A.Braun
  23. Isoetes phaeospora Durieu
  24. Isoetes pusilla C.R.Marsden & Chinnock
  25. Isoetes stuartii A.Braun
  26. Isoetes tasmanica Durieu
  27. Isoetes tripus A.Braun

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