Vascular Plants

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Brummitt, R.K., Mill, R.R. & Farjon, A. (2004), The significance of 'it' in the nomenclature of three Tasmanian conifers: Microcachrys tetragona and Microstrobos niphophilus (Podocarpaceae), and Diselma archeri (Cupressaceae). Taxon 53(2) : 529-539 (Paper) Brummitt, R.K., Mill, R.R. & Farjon, A. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Athrotaxis tetragona Hook.
  2. Dacrydium fitzgeraldii F.Muell.
  3. Dacrydium hookerianum (W.Archer bis) Eichler
  4. Dacrydium tetragonum (Hook.) Parl.
  5. Diselma Hook.f.
  6. Diselma archeri Hook.f.
  7. Fitzroya archeri (Hook.f.) Benth.
  8. Microcachrys Hook.f.
  9. Microcachrys tetragona (Hook.) Hook.f.
  10. Microstrobos J.Garden & L.A.S.Johnson
  11. Microstrobos fitzgeraldii (F.Muell.) J.Garden & L.A.S.Johnson
  12. Microstrobos hookerianus S.Archang. & G. Del Fueyo
  13. Microstrobos niphophilus J.Garden & L.A.S.Johnson
  14. Pherosphaera W.Archer bis
  15. Pherosphaera fitzgeraldii (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Hook.f.
  16. Pherosphaera hookeriana W.Archer bis

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