Vascular Plants

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Jones, D.L. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Vittariaceae. Flora of Australia 48 : 288-295 (Section) Jones, D.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Antrophyum Kaulf.
  2. Antrophyum alatum Brack.
  3. Antrophyum austroqueenslandicum D.L.Jones
  4. Antrophyum callifolium Blume
  5. Antrophyum jagoanum D.L.Jones & Bostock
  6. Antrophyum plantagineum (Cav.) Kaulf.
  7. Antrophyum reticulatum (G.Forst.) Kaulf.
  8. Antrophyum reticulatum f. apicilobatum Watts
  9. Antrophyum semicostatum Blume
  10. Antrophyum subfalcatum Brack.
  11. Antrophyum subg. Polytaenium (Desv.) Benedix
  12. Antrophyum subg. Scoliosorus (Desv.) Benedix
  13. Diclidopteris angustissima Brack.
  14. Grass Fern
  15. Hemionitis plantaginea Cav.
  16. Hemionitis reticulata G.Forst.
  17. Monogramma Comm. ex Schkuhr
  18. Monogramma acrocarpa (Holttum) D.L.Jones
  19. Monogramma dareicarpa Hook.
  20. Monogramma junghuhnii (Mett.) Hook.
  21. Monogramma junghuhnii var. tenella Benth.
  22. Monogramma paradoxa var. angustissima (Brack.) Domin
  23. Ox-tongue Fern
  24. Polytaenium Desv.
  25. Scoliosorus T.Moore
  26. Tape Fern
  27. Vaginularia Fée
  28. Vaginularia acrocarpa Holttum
  29. Vaginularia angustissima Mett.
  30. Vittaria Sm.
  31. Vittaria elongata Sw.
  32. Vittaria ensiformis Sw.
  33. Vittariaceae Ching

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