Vascular Plants

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Hill, K.D. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Araucariaceae. Flora of Australia 48 (Section) Hill, K.D. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Agathis Salisb.
  2. Agathis atropurpurea B.Hyland
  3. Agathis brownii (Lem.) L.H.Bailey
  4. Agathis microstachya J.F.Bailey & C.T.White
  5. Agathis palmerstonii F.M.Bailey
  6. Agathis robusta (C.Moore ex F.Muell.) F.M.Bailey
  7. Altingia cunninghamii Ross
  8. Altingia cunninghamii G.Don
  9. Araucaria Juss.
  10. Araucaria bidwilli Hook.
  11. Araucaria bidwillii Hook.
  12. Araucaria cunninghamii Mudie
  13. Araucaria cunninghamii f. glauca (Antoine) F.M.Bailey
  14. Araucaria cunninghamii Mudie var. cunninghamii
  15. Araucaria cunninghamii var. glauca (Antoine) Endl.
  16. Araucaria cunninghamii var. longifolia Endl.
  17. Araucaria glauca Antoine
  18. Araucaria heterophylla (Salisb.) Franco
  19. Araucariaceae Henkel & W.Hochst.
  20. Black Kauri
  21. Bunya Pine
  22. Columbea Salisb.
  23. Columbea bidwillii (Hook.) Carrière
  24. Colymbea bidwillii Carrière
  25. Dammara Link
  26. Dammara palmerstonii F.Muell.
  27. Dammara robusta C.Moore ex F.Muell.
  28. Eutacta Link
  29. Eutacta cunninghamii (Mudie) Link
  30. Eutassa Salisb.
  31. Eutassa cunninghamii Spach
  32. Eutassa cunninghamii (Mudie) Sweet
  33. Kauri
  34. Norfolk Island Pine
  35. Picea A.Dietr.
  36. Pinaceae Spreng. ex F.Rudolphi
  37. Pinus L.
  38. Wollemi Pine
  39. Wollemia W.G.Jones, K.D.Hill & J.M.Allen
  40. Wollemia nobilis W.G.Jones, K.D.Hill & J.M.Allen

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