Vascular Plants

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Henwood, M.J. & Makinson, R.O. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1992), Araliaceae. Flora of New South Wales 3 (Section) Henwood, M.J. & Makinson, R.O. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Araliaceae Juss.
  2. Astrotricha DC.
  3. Astrotricha asperifolia F.Muell. ex Klatt
  4. Astrotricha cordata A.R.Bean
  5. Astrotricha crassifolia Blakely
  6. Astrotricha floccosa DC.
  7. Astrotricha latifolia Benth.
  8. Astrotricha ledifolia DC.
  9. Astrotricha linearis A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  10. Astrotricha longifolia Benth.
  11. Astrotricha longifolia Coastal form
  12. Astrotricha longifolia Inland form
  13. Astrotricha longifolia Tweed Heads form
  14. Astrotricha obovata Makinson
  15. Astrotricha roddii Makinson
  16. Astrotricha sp. B
  17. Celerywood
  18. Cephalaralia Harms
  19. Cephalaralia cephalobotrys (F.Muell.) Harms
  20. Climbing Panax
  21. English Ivy
  22. Ferny Panax
  23. Hedera L.
  24. Hedera helix L.
  25. Ivy
  26. Pencil Cedar
  27. Polyscias J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.
  28. Polyscias elegans (C.Moore & F.Muell.) Harms
  29. Polyscias murrayi (F.Muell.) Harms
  30. Polyscias sambucifolia (Sieber ex DC.) Harms
  31. Polyscias sambucifolia subsp. A
  32. Polyscias sambucifolia subsp. B
  33. Polyscias sambucifolia subsp. C
  34. Rice-paper Plant
  35. Schefflera J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.
  36. Schefflera actinophylla (Endl.) Harms
  37. Silver Basswood
  38. Star-hairs
  39. Tetrapanax (K.Koch) K.Koch
  40. Tetrapanax papyrifer (Hook.) K.Koch
  41. Umbrella Tree

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