Vascular Plants

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Barker, R.M. & Telford, I.R.H. (1993), Amaranthaceae. Flora of Australia 50 (Section) Barker, R.M. & Telford, I.R.H. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Achyranthes amaranthoides Lam.
  2. Achyranthes argentea var. ? villosior Hensl.
  3. Achyranthes aspera L.
  4. Achyranthes aspera var. velutina (Hook. & Arn.) C.C.Towns.
  5. Achyranthes aspera var. villosior (Hensl.) D.M.Porter
  6. Achyranthes lanata L.
  7. Achyranthes velutina Hook. & Arn.
  8. Aerva Forssk.
  9. Aerva lanata (L.) Juss. ex Schult.
  10. Alternanthera Forssk.
  11. Alternanthera bettzichiana (Regel) G.Nicholson
  12. Alternanthera pungens Kunth
  13. Alternanthera sessilis (L.) R.Br. ex DC.
  14. Amaranthus L.
  15. Amaranthus cruentus L.
  16. Amaranthus dubius Mart. ex Thell.
  17. Amaranthus interruptus R.Br.
  18. Amaranthus paniculatus L.
  19. Amaranthus spinosus L.
  20. Amaranthus tricolor L.
  21. Amaranthus viridis L.
  22. Celosia L.
  23. Celosia argentea L.
  24. Celosia baccata Retz.
  25. Deeringia R.Br.
  26. Deeringia amaranthoides (Lam.) Merr.
  27. Deeringia baccata (Retz.) Moq.
  28. Deeringia celosioides R.Br.
  29. Gomphrena L.
  30. Gomphrena celosioides Mart.
  31. Gomphrena sessilis L.
  32. Telanthera bettzichiana Regel

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