Vascular Plants

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Wheeler, J.R. in Wheeler, J.R. (ed.) (1992), Apocynaceae. Flora of the Kimberley Region : 698-706 (Section) Wheeler, J.R. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Alstonia R.Br.
  2. Alstonia actinophylla (A.Cunn.) K.Schum.
  3. Alstonia linearis Benth.
  4. Alstonia ophioxyloides F.Muell.
  5. Alstonia spectabilis R.Br.
  6. Alyxia Banks ex R.Br.
  7. Alyxia spicata R.Br.
  8. Apocynaceae Juss.
  9. Carissa L.
  10. Carissa lanceolata R.Br.
  11. Carissa ovata R.Br.
  12. Conkerberry
  13. Conkleberry
  14. Currant bush
  15. Ervatamia (A.DC.) Stapf
  16. Ervatamia orientalis (R.Br.) Domin
  17. Ervatamia pubescens (R.Br.) Domin
  18. Ichnocarpus R.Br.
  19. Ichnocarpus frutescens (L.) W.T.Aiton
  20. Parsonsia R.Br.
  21. Parsonsia sp. A Kimberley Flora (K.F.Kenneally 9148)
  22. Parsonsia velutina R.Br.
  23. Wrightia R.Br.
  24. Wrightia pubescens R.Br.
  25. Wrightia pubescens R.Br. subsp. pubescens
  26. Wrightia saligna (R.Br.) F.Muell. ex Benth.

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