Vascular Plants

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Forster, P.I. (20 February 1997), A taxonomic revision of Drypetes Vahl (Euphorbiaceae) in Australia. Austrobaileya 4(4) : 477-494 (Paper) Forster, P.I. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Drypetes Vahl
  2. Drypetes acuminata P.I.Forst.
  3. Drypetes affinis Pax & K.Hoffm.
  4. Drypetes australasica (Müll.Arg.) Pax & K.Hoffm.
  5. Drypetes deplanchei (Brongn. & Gris) Merr.
  6. Drypetes deplanchei subsp. affinis (Pax & K.Hoffm.) P.S.Green
  7. Drypetes iodoformis L.S.Sm. ex P.I.Forst.
  8. Drypetes lasiogyna (F.Muell.) Pax & K.Hoffm.
  9. Drypetes lasiogyna var. australasica (Müll.Arg.) Airy Shaw
  10. Drypetes sp.
  11. Drypetes sp. (=AFO/780)
  12. Drypetes subcubica (J.J.Sm.) Pax & K.Hoffm.
  13. Drypetes vernicosa P.I.Forst.
  14. Elaeocarpus deplanchei Brongn. & Gris
  15. Hemecyclia Wight & Arn.
  16. Hemecyclia australasica Müll.Arg.
  17. Hemecyclia lasiogyna F.Muell.
  18. Hemecyclia sepiaria var. australasica (Müll.Arg.) Baill.
  19. Hemecyclia sepiaria var. oblongifolia Benth.
  20. Hemicyclia Wight & Arn.

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