Vascular Plants

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Laubenfels, D.J. de & Adema, F. (1998), A taxonomic revision of the genera Cycas and Epicycas gen.nov. (Cycadaceae). Blumea 43(2) (Paper) Laubenfels, D.J. de & Adema, F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Cycas angulata R.Br.
  2. Cycas apoa K.D.Hill
  3. Cycas arenicola K.D.Hill
  4. Cycas armstrongii Miq.
  5. Cycas arnhemica K.D.Hill
  6. Cycas badensis K.D.Hill
  7. Cycas basaltica C.A.Gardner
  8. Cycas brunnea K.D.Hill
  9. Cycas cairnsiana F.Muell.
  10. Cycas calcicola Maconochie
  11. Cycas campestris K.D.Hill
  12. Cycas canalis K.D.Hill
  13. Cycas canalis subsp. carinata K.D.Hill
  14. Cycas circinalis L.
  15. Cycas circinalis subsp. papuana (F.Muell.) J.Schust.
  16. Cycas conferta Chirgwin
  17. Cycas couttsiana K.D.Hill
  18. Cycas desolata P.I.Forst.
  19. Cycas furfuracea W.Fitzg.
  20. Cycas lane-poolei C.A.Gardner
  21. Cycas maconochie de Laub. & Adema
  22. Cycas maconochiei Chirgwin & K.D.Hill
  23. Cycas media R.Br.
  24. Cycas media var. basaltica (C.A.Gardner) J.Schust.
  25. Cycas megacarpa K.D.Hill
  26. Cycas normanbyana F.Muell.
  27. Cycas ophiolitica K.D.Hill
  28. Cycas orientis K.D.Hill
  29. Cycas papuana F.Muell.
  30. Cycas platyphylla K.D.Hill
  31. Cycas pruinosa Maconochie
  32. Cycas rumphii subsp. normanbyana (F.Muell.) J.Schust.
  33. Cycas scratchleyana F.Muell.
  34. Cycas semota K.D.Hill
  35. Cycas silvestris K.D.Hill
  36. Cycas sp. 'Pine Creek'
  37. Cycas sp., Pine Creek (Australia)
  38. Cycas tuckeri K.D.Hill
  39. Cycas xipholepis K.D.Hill
  40. Cycas yorkiana K.D.Hill

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