Vascular Plants

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Hart, J.M. & Henwood, M.J. (23 April 2000), Systematics of the Xanthosia pilosa complex (Apiaceae: Hydrocotyloideae). Australian Systematic Botany 13(2) (Paper) Hart, J.M. & Henwood, M.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Leucolaena pannosa Benth.
  2. Leucolaena pilosa (Rudge) Benth.
  3. Xanthosia Rudge
  4. Xanthosia diffusa C.T.White
  5. Xanthosia hirsuta DC.
  6. Xanthosia montana Sieber ex Spreng.
  7. Xanthosia pannosa (Benth.) Steud.
  8. Xanthosia pilosa Rudge
  9. Xanthosia pilosa var. glabra C.Moore
  10. Xanthosia pilosa var. longipes Domin
  11. Xanthosia pilosa var. montana (Sieber ex Spreng.) Domin
  12. Xanthosia pilosa var. pannosa (Benth.) Domin
  13. Xanthosia scopulicola J.M.Hart & Henwood
  14. Xanthosia stellata J.M.Hart & Henwood
  15. Xanthosia tasmanica Gand.
  16. Xanthosia ternifolia J.M.Hart & Henwood
  17. Xanthosia vestita Benth.

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