Vascular Plants

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Brooker, M.I.H. & Slee, A.V. (24 July 1996), New taxa and some new nomenclature in Eucalyptus. Muelleria 9 (Paper) Brooker, M.I.H. & Slee, A.V. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Eucalyptus anceps (R.Br. ex Maiden) Blakely
  2. Eucalyptus aromaphloia L.D.Pryor & J.H.Willis
  3. Eucalyptus neglecta Maiden
  4. Eucalyptus perriniana F.Muell. ex Rodway
  5. Eucalyptus phenax Brooker & Slee
  6. Eucalyptus polyanthemos subsp. longior Brooker & Slee
  7. Eucalyptus pryoriana L.A.S.Johnson
  8. Eucalyptus rugosa R.Br. ex Blakely
  9. Eucalyptus ser. Acaciiformes L.A.S.Johnson ex Brooker & Slee
  10. Eucalyptus ser. Bridgesianae Brooker & Slee
  11. Eucalyptus ser. Contiguae Brooker & Slee
  12. Eucalyptus ser. Crenulatae Brooker & Slee
  13. Eucalyptus ser. Heterophloiae Blakely
  14. Eucalyptus ser. Kitsonianae L.A.S.Johnson ex Brooker & Slee
  15. Eucalyptus ser. Neglectae L.A.S.Johnson ex Brooker & Slee
  16. Eucalyptus ser. Orbiculares Brooker & Slee
  17. Eucalyptus ser. Pauciflorae L.A.S.Johnson ex Brooker & Slee
  18. Eucalyptus ser. Psathyroxylon Blakely
  19. Eucalyptus ser. Radiatae Chippend.
  20. Eucalyptus ser. Rufispermae Maiden
  21. Eucalyptus ser. Subbuxeales Blakely
  22. Eucalyptus ser. Viminales Blakely
  23. Eucalyptus subser. Considenianae Brooker & Slee
  24. Eucalyptus viminalis subsp. pryoriana (L.A.S.Johnson) Brooker & Slee
  25. Eucalyptus viminalis var. racemosa F.Muell. ex Blakely
  26. Eucalyptus viridis R.T.Baker subsp. viridis
  27. Eucalyptus viridis subsp. wimmerensis (Rule) Brooker & Slee
  28. Eucalyptus willisii subsp. falciformis Newnham, Ladiges & Whiffin
  29. Eucalyptus willisii Ladiges, Humphries & Brooker subsp. willisii
  30. Eucalyptus wimmerensis Rule

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