Vascular Plants

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Grieve, B.J. & Blackall, W.E. (1975), How to know Western Australian wildflowers: a key to the flora of the temperate regions of Western Australia 4 : null - null (Section) Grieve, B.J. & Blackall, W.E. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Angianthus brachypappus F.Muell.
  2. Angianthus milnei Benth.
  3. Angianthus strictus (Steetz) Benth.
  4. Eremophila caerulea (S.Moore) Diels
  5. Eremophila freelingii F.Muell.
  6. Eremophila paisleyi F.Muell.
  7. Eremophila sp.
  8. Helichrysum obtusifolium F.Muell. & Sond.
  9. Helipterum cotula (Benth.) DC.
  10. Helipterum tenellum Turcz.
  11. Helipterum tenellum A.Gray
  12. Lagenifera gracilis Grieve & Blackall
  13. Lagenifera huegelii Grieve & Blackall
  14. Lagenifera stipitata Grieve & Blackall
  15. Monopsis simplex (L.) E.Wimm.
  16. Olearia revoluta Benth.
  17. Orobanche australiana F.Muell.
  18. Plantago varia R.Br.
  19. Senecio georgianus DC.
  20. Waitzia aurea (Benth.) Steetz

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