Vascular Plants

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Mueller, F.J.H. von (1858), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 1(2) (Section) Mueller, F.J.H. von Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acronychia hillii F.Muell.
  2. Acronychia imperforata F.Muell.
  3. Acronychia laurina F.Muell.
  4. Angophora subvelutina F.Muell.
  5. Aplotaxis DC.
  6. Aplotaxis australasica F.Muell.
  7. Arthrochilus F.Muell.
  8. Arthrochilus irritabilis F.Muell.
  9. Baccharis spiroda F.Muell.
  10. Baeckea leptocalyx F.Muell.
  11. Baeckea plicata F.Muell.
  12. Baeckea L. sect. Baeckea
  13. Baeckea sect. Schidiomyrtus (Schauer) F.Muell.
  14. Citrus australasica F.Muell.
  15. Citrus sect. Papeda F.Muell.
  16. Cookia Sonn.
  17. Cookia australis F.Muell.
  18. Cyminosma oblongifolia A.Cunn. ex Hook.
  19. Cystanthe acerosa (Lindl.) F.Muell.
  20. Cystanthe milligani F.Muell.
  21. Cystanthe milliganii (Hook.f.) F.Muell.
  22. Cystanthe procera F.Muell.
  23. Cystanthe sect. Atomanthera F.Muell.
  24. Cystanthe R.Br. sect. Cystanthe
  25. Cystanthe sect. Lobanthera F.Muell.
  26. Cystanthe sect. Pilitis (Lindl.) F.Muell.
  27. Cystanthe sprengeloides F.Muell.
  28. Dracophyllum minimum F.Muell.
  29. Dracophyllum sect. Oreothamnus F.Muell.
  30. Echinocroton F.Muell.
  31. Echinocroton claoxyloides F.Muell.
  32. Euodia erythrococca F.Muell.
  33. Euodia neurococca F.Muell.
  34. Glycosmis subvelutina F.Muell.
  35. Grevillea erectiloba F.Muell.
  36. Haplotaxis australasica F.Muell.
  37. Helichrysum oxylepis F.Muell.
  38. Helipterum polyphyllum F.Muell.
  39. Homalanthus stillingiifolius F.Muell.
  40. Keraudrenia hookeri F.Muell.
  41. Keraudrenia integrifolia Hook.
  42. Leucopogon neurophyllus F.Muell.
  43. Leucopogon pluriloculatus F.Muell.
  44. Limnanthemum capitatum (Nees ex Lehm.) F.Muell.
  45. Limnanthemum exiguum F.Muell.
  46. Limnanthemum minimum F.Muell.
  47. Limnanthemum sect. Liparophyllum F.Muell.
  48. Lissanthe depressa F.Muell.
  49. Macrozamia denisonii C.Moore & F.Muell.
  50. Micrantheum boroniaceum F.Muell.
  51. Omalanthus stillingifolius F.Muell.
  52. Phaius australis F.Muell.
  53. Phajus australis F.Muell.
  54. Pilitis Lindl.
  55. Pilitis acerosa Lindl.
  56. Pilitis milliganii Hook.f.
  57. Plagianthus microphyllus F.Muell.
  58. Plagianthus sect. Halothamnus F.Muell.
  59. Plagianthus J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. sect. Plagianthus
  60. Plagianthus sidoides Hook.
  61. Ponceletia sprengelioides R.Br.
  62. Ripogonum elseyanum F.Muell.
  63. Ripogonum mooreanum F.Muell.
  64. Ripogonum moorianum F.Muell.
  65. Rutidosis leucantha F.Muell.
  66. Rutidosis murchisonii F.Muell.
  67. Rutidosis sect. Eurutidosis F.Muell.
  68. Schidiomyrtus Schauer
  69. Spiropodium F.Muell.
  70. Spiropodium baccharoides F.Muell.
  71. Sprengelia ponceletia F.Muell.
  72. Sprengelia propinqua var. demissa F.Muell.
  73. Sprengelia propinqua A.Cunn. ex DC. var. propinqua
  74. Synostemon F.Muell.
  75. Synostemon glaucus F.Muell.
  76. Synostemon ramosissimus F.Muell.
  77. Villarsia capitata Nees ex Lehm.

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