Vascular Plants

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Harden, G.J. & Mole, B.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2002), Asterolasia. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 2 : 310-313 (Section) Harden, G.J. & Mole, B.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Alpine Starbush
  2. Asterolasia F.Muell.
  3. Asterolasia asteriscophora (F.Muell.) Druce subsp. asteriscophora
  4. Asterolasia buckinghamii (Blakely) Blakely
  5. Asterolasia buxifolia Benth.
  6. Asterolasia correifolia (A.Juss.) Benth.
  7. Asterolasia elegans L.McDougall & Porteners
  8. Asterolasia hexapetala (A.Juss.) Druce
  9. Asterolasia rivularis Paul G.Wilson
  10. Asterolasia rupestris B.J.Mole
  11. Asterolasia rupestris subsp. recurva B.J.Mole
  12. Asterolasia rupestris B.J.Mole subsp. rupestris
  13. Asterolasia sp. Dungowan Creek (Beckers s.n. 25 Oct 1995) NSW Herbarium
  14. Asterolasia trymalioides F.Muell.
  15. Lemon Starbush
  16. Starbushes

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