Vascular Plants

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Flann, C. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Bracteantha. Flora of Victoria 4 : 749-752 (Paper) Flann, C. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Alpine Everlasting
  2. Bracteantha Anderb. & Haegi
  3. Bracteantha acuminata Anderb. & Haegi
  4. Bracteantha bracteata (Vent.) Anderb. & Haegi
  5. Bracteantha palustris Flann
  6. Bracteantha papillosa (Labill.) Anderb. & Haegi
  7. Bracteantha sp. aff. subundulata
  8. Bracteantha subundulata (Sch.Bip.) Paul G.Wilson
  9. Bracteantha viscosa (DC.) Anderb. & Haegi
  10. Gnaphalium subundulatum Sch.Bip.
  11. Golden Everlasting
  12. Helichrysum acuminatum DC.
  13. Helichrysum acuminatum var. angustifolium DC.
  14. Helichrysum bicolor Lindl.
  15. Helichrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Andrews
  16. Helichrysum bracteatum var. albidum DC.
  17. Helichrysum lucidum Henckel
  18. Helichrysum papillosum Labill.
  19. Helichrysum viscosum Sieber ex Spreng.
  20. Orange Everlasting
  21. Shiny Everlasting
  22. Sticky Everlasting
  23. Swamp Everlasting
  24. Xeranthemum bracteatum Vent.

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