Vascular Plants

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Ghafoor, A. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2015), Arctotheca. Flora of Australia 37 : 160-163 (Section) Ghafoor, A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. African Marigold
  2. Arctotheca calendula (L.) Levyns
  3. Arctotheca calendula (L.) K.Lewin
  4. Arctotheca calendula (L.) Levyns x Arctotheca populifolia (P.J.Bergius) Norl.
  5. Arctotheca populifolia (P.J.Bergius) Norl.
  6. Arctotheca prostrata (Salisb.) Britten
  7. Arctotheca repens J.C.Wendl.
  8. Arctotis calendula L.
  9. Arctotis calendulacea L.
  10. Arctotis populifolia P.J.Bergius
  11. Arctotis prostrata Salisb.
  12. Arctotis tristis L.
  13. Beach Daisy
  14. Beach Pumpkin
  15. Cape Weed
  16. Coast Capeweed
  17. Creeping Bears-ear
  18. Cryptostemma calendula (L.) Druce
  19. Cryptostemma calendula (L.) R.Br.
  20. Cryptostemma niveum (L.f.) G.Nicholson
  21. Cryptostemma triste (L.) Domin
  22. Dune Arctotheca
  23. Osteospermum niveum L.f.

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