Vascular Plants

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Forster, P.I. & Liddle, D.J. in Orchard, A.E. (ed.) (1996), Hoya. Flora of Australia 28 : 231-237 (Section) Forster, P.I. & Liddle, D.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Asclepias sussuela Roxb.
  2. Hoya R.Br.
  3. Hoya alata K.D.Hill
  4. Hoya anulata Schltr.
  5. Hoya australis R.Br. ex J.Traill
  6. Hoya australis R.Br. ex J.Traill subsp. australis
  7. Hoya australis subsp. oramicola P.I.Forst. & Liddle
  8. Hoya australis subsp. rupicola (K.D.Hill) P.I.Forst. & Liddle
  9. Hoya australis subsp. sanae (F.M.Bailey) K.D.Hill
  10. Hoya australis subsp. tenuipes (K.D.Hill) P.I.Forst. & Liddle
  11. Hoya dalrympleana F.Muell.
  12. Hoya gracilipes Schltr.
  13. Hoya keysii F.M.Bailey
  14. Hoya lauterbachii K.Schum.
  15. Hoya litoralis Schltr.
  16. Hoya macgillivrayi F.M.Bailey
  17. Hoya nicholsoniae F.Muell.
  18. Hoya oligotricha K.D.Hill
  19. Hoya oligotricha subsp. tenuipes K.D.Hill
  20. Hoya pottsii J.Traill
  21. Hoya pseudolittoralis C.Norman
  22. Hoya revoluta Wight ex Hook.f.
  23. Hoya rubida Schltr.
  24. Hoya rupicola K.D.Hill
  25. Hoya sanae F.M.Bailey
  26. Hoya serpens Hook.f.
  27. Hoya sussuela (Roxb.) Merr.

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