Vascular Plants

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Nesom, G.L. (1994), Peripleura (Asteraceae: Astereae): a new, Australian genus segregated from Vittadinia. Phytologia 76(2) : 125-135 (Paper) Nesom, G.L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Peripleura (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  2. Peripleura arida (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  3. Peripleura bicolor (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  4. Peripleura diffusa (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  5. Peripleura hispidula (F.Muell. ex A.Gray) G.L.Nesom
  6. Peripleura hispidula (F.Muell. ex A.Gray) G.L.Nesom var. hispidula
  7. Peripleura hispidula var. setosa (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  8. Peripleura obovata (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  9. Peripleura scabra (DC.) G.L.Nesom
  10. Peripleura sericea (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  11. Peripleura spechtii (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  12. Peripleura spechtii var. kimberleyensis (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  13. Peripleura spechtii (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom var. spechtii
  14. Peripleura virgata (N.T.Burb.) G.L.Nesom
  15. Vittadinia arida N.T.Burb.
  16. Vittadinia bicolor N.T.Burb.
  17. Vittadinia diffusa N.T.Burb.
  18. Vittadinia hispidula F.Muell. ex A.Gray
  19. Vittadinia hispidula var. setosa N.T.Burb.
  20. Vittadinia obovata N.T.Burb.
  21. Vittadinia scabra DC.
  22. Vittadinia sericea N.T.Burb.
  23. Vittadinia spechtii N.T.Burb.
  24. Vittadinia spechtii var. kimberleyensis N.T.Burb.
  25. Vittadinia subg. Peripleura N.T.Burb.
  26. Vittadinia virgata N.T.Burb.

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