Vascular Plants

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Jones, D.L. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Lomariopsidaceae. Flora of Australia 48 : 429-434 (Section) Jones, D.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acrostichum brightiae F.Muell.
  2. Acrostichum callifolium Blume
  3. Acrostichum quoyanum Gaudich.
  4. Acrostichum taylorii F.M.Bailey
  5. Arthropteris prorepens Domin
  6. Aspidium prorepens (Domin) F.M.Bailey
  7. Bolbitis Schott
  8. Bolbitis quoyana (Gaudich.) Ching
  9. Bolbitis taylorii (F.M.Bailey) Ching
  10. Elaphoglossum Schott ex J.Sm.
  11. Elaphoglossum callifolium (Blume) T.Moore
  12. Elaphoglossum queenslandicum S.B.Andrews
  13. Leptochilus cuspidatus var. taylorii (F.M.Bailey) Domin
  14. Leptochilus taylorii (F.M.Bailey) C.Chr.
  15. Lomariopsidaceae Alston
  16. Lomariopsis Fée
  17. Lomariopsis kingii (Copel.) Holttum
  18. Stenochlaena kingii Copel.
  19. Teratophyllum Mett. ex Kuhn
  20. Teratophyllum brightiae (F.Muell.) Holttum

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