Vascular Plants

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Brown, M.J. in Banks, M.R., Smith, S.J., Orchard, A.E. & Kantvilas, G. (ed.) (1991), A synopsis of the genus Plantago L. in Tasmania. Aspects of Tasmanian Botany - a tribute to Winifred Curtis : 65-73 (Paper) Brown, M.J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Plantago antarctica Decne.
  2. Plantago australis Lam.
  3. Plantago bellidioides Decne.
  4. Plantago coronopus subsp. commutata (Guss.) Pilg.
  5. Plantago coronopus L. subsp. coronopus
  6. Plantago daltonii Decne.
  7. Plantago debilis R.Br.
  8. Plantago gaudichaudii Barneoud
  9. Plantago glabrata Hook.f.
  10. Plantago glacialis B.G.Briggs, Carolin & Pulley
  11. Plantago gunnii Hook.f.
  12. Plantago hispida R.Br.
  13. Plantago lanceolata L.
  14. Plantago major L.
  15. Plantago muelleri Pilg.
  16. Plantago paradoxa Hook.f.
  17. Plantago tasmanica subsp. archeri M.J.Br.
  18. Plantago tasmanica Hook.f. var. tasmanica
  19. Plantago triantha Spreng.
  20. Plantago varia R.Br.

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