Vascular Plants

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Forster, P.I. (3 December 2003), A taxonomic revision of Croton L. (Euphorbiaceae) in Australia. Austrobaileya 6(3) : 349-436 (Paper) Forster, P.I. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Adriana tomentosa Gaudich.
  2. Adriana tomentosa var. hookeri (F.Muell.) C.L.Gross & M.A.Whalen
  3. Adriana urticoides (A.Cunn.) Guymer
  4. Adriana urticoides var. hookeri (F.Muell.) Guymer
  5. Adriana urticoides (A.Cunn.) Guymer var. urticoides
  6. Croton L.
  7. Croton acronychioides F.Muell.
  8. Croton affinis Maiden & R.T.Baker
  9. Croton argyratus Blume
  10. Croton aridus P.I.Forst.
  11. Croton armstrongii S.Moore
  12. Croton arnhemicus Müll.Arg.
  13. Croton arnhemicus var. typicus Domin
  14. Croton arnhemicus var. urenifolius Baill.
  15. Croton brachypus Airy Shaw
  16. Croton byrnesii Airy Shaw
  17. Croton capitatus Michx.
  18. Croton capitis-york Airy Shaw
  19. Croton capitis-york var. pilosus Airy Shaw
  20. Croton caudatus Geiseler
  21. Croton choristadenius K.Schum.
  22. Croton densivestitus C.T.White & W.D.Francis
  23. Croton dockrillii Airy Shaw
  24. Croton glandulosus L.
  25. Croton habrophyllus Airy Shaw
  26. Croton insularis Baill.
  27. Croton magneticus Airy Shaw
  28. Croton maidenii R.T.Baker
  29. Croton mamillatus P.I.Forst.
  30. Croton minimus P.I.Forst.
  31. Croton multicaulis P.I.Forst.
  32. Croton multicaulis P.I.Forst. subsp. multicaulis
  33. Croton multicaulis subsp. velutinus P.I.Forst.
  34. Croton mutabilis P.I.Forst.
  35. Croton opponens F.Muell. ex Benth.
  36. Croton phebalioides F.Muell. ex Müll.Arg.
  37. Croton phebalioides var. acuminatus Domin
  38. Croton phebalioides var. hirsutus F.M.Bailey
  39. Croton phebalioides var. hispidus Simmonds
  40. Croton phebalioides var. typicus Domin
  41. Croton philombros Croizat
  42. Croton prunifolius Airy Shaw
  43. Croton pubens Domin
  44. Croton pusilliflorus Croizat
  45. Croton quadripartitus Labill.
  46. Croton rarus P.I.Forst.
  47. Croton rosmarinifolius A.Cunn.
  48. Croton schultzii Benth.
  49. Croton semunculus Croizat
  50. Croton setiger Hook.
  51. Croton simulans P.I.Forst.
  52. Croton sp. (Barkly Downs S.L.Everist 3379)
  53. Croton sp. (Mt Mulligan H.Flecker NQNC6457)
  54. Croton sp. (Myall Creek P.I.Forster PIF14368)
  55. Croton sp. (Possum Scrub P.I.Forster PIF14376)
  56. Croton sp. (Watson River J.R.Clarkson 4061B)
  57. Croton stigmatosus F.Muell.
  58. Croton stigmatosus Müll.Arg.
  59. Croton stigmatosus var. eurybioides Baill.
  60. Croton stockeri (Airy Shaw) Airy Shaw
  61. Croton storckii (Müll.Arg.) A.C.Sm.
  62. Croton tomentellus F.Muell.
  63. Croton tomentellus Müll.Arg.
  64. Croton triacros F.Muell.
  65. Croton urticoides A.Cunn.
  66. Croton verreauxii Baill.
  67. Croton verreauxii longifolius Müll.Arg.
  68. Croton verreauxii var. genuinus Müll.Arg.
  69. Croton waterhouseae P.I.Forst.
  70. Oxydectes tomentella (F.Muell.) Kuntze
  71. Pilinophytum capitatum (Michx.) Klotzsch
  72. Trachycaryon hookeri F.Muell.

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