Vascular Plants

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Orchard, A.E. (23 December 2004), A revision of Cassinia (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) in Australia. 3. Section Leptocephalae. Australian Systematic Botany 17(6) : 535-566 (Paper) Orchard, A.E. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Bushy Cassinia
  2. Cassinia accipitrum Orchard
  3. Cassinia berberifolia DC.
  4. Cassinia compacta F.Muell.
  5. Cassinia cunninghamii DC.
  6. Cassinia decipiens Orchard
  7. Cassinia denticulata R.Br.
  8. Cassinia leptocephala F.Muell.
  9. Cassinia leptocephala subsp. everettiae Orchard
  10. Cassinia leptocephala F.Muell. subsp. leptocephala
  11. Cassinia longifolia var. straminea Benth.
  12. Cassinia macrocephala Orchard
  13. Cassinia macrocephala Orchard subsp. macrocephala
  14. Cassinia macrocephala subsp. tenuis Orchard
  15. Cassinia patens DC.
  16. Cassinia sect. Leptocephalae Orchard
  17. Cassinia straminea (Benth.) Orchard
  18. Cassinia telfordii Orchard
  19. Cunningham's Everlasting
  20. New England Cassinia
  21. Port Jackson Cassinia
  22. Tall Cassinia
  23. Yellow Cassinia

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