Vascular Plants

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Wilson, Peter G. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1990), Aspleniaceae. Flora of New South Wales 1 : 53-56 (Section) Wilson, Peter G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Aspleniaceae Newman
  2. Asplenium L.
  3. Asplenium aethiopicum (Burm.f.) Bech.
  4. Asplenium attenuatum R.Br.
  5. Asplenium australasicum (J.Sm.) Hook.
  6. Asplenium bulbiferum subsp. gracillimum (Colenso) Brownsey
  7. Asplenium difforme R.Br.
  8. Asplenium falcatum Lam.
  9. Asplenium flabellifolium Cav.
  10. Asplenium flaccidum G.Forst. subsp. flaccidum
  11. Asplenium harmanii D.L.Jones
  12. Asplenium hookerianum Colenso
  13. Asplenium obliquum G.Forst.
  14. Asplenium obtusatum G.Forst.
  15. Asplenium obtusatum var. difforme (R.Br.) Benth.
  16. Asplenium polyodon G.Forst.
  17. Asplenium trichomanes subsp. quadrivalens D.E.Mey.
  18. Bird's Nest Fern
  19. Blanket ferns
  20. Mother Spleenwort
  21. Necklace Fern
  22. Pleurosorus Fée
  23. Pleurosorus rutifolius (R.Br.) Fée
  24. Pleurosorus subglandulosus (Hook. & Grev.) Tindale
  25. Short Spleenwort
  26. Simple Spleenwort
  27. Weeping Spleenwort

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