Vascular Plants

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Jones, D.L. in Banks, D.P. (ed.) (2006), Miscellaneous new species of Australian Orchidaceae. Australian Orchid Research 5 : 45-111 (Paper) Jones, D.L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Arachnorchis D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.
  2. Arachnorchis ampla D.L.Jones
  3. Arachnorchis ancylosa D.L.Jones
  4. Arachnorchis armata D.L.Jones
  5. Arachnorchis branwhitei D.L.Jones
  6. Arachnorchis cadyi D.L.Jones
  7. Arachnorchis clavescens D.L.Jones
  8. Arachnorchis concolor (Fitzg.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.
  9. Arachnorchis cremna D.L.Jones
  10. Arachnorchis cretacea D.L.Jones
  11. Arachnorchis douglasiorum D.L.Jones
  12. Arachnorchis ensigera D.L.Jones
  13. Arachnorchis flindersica D.L.Jones
  14. Arachnorchis formosa (G.W.Carr) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.
  15. Arachnorchis fuliginosa D.L.Jones
  16. Arachnorchis grampiana D.L.Jones
  17. Arachnorchis leptochila subsp. dentata D.L.Jones
  18. Arachnorchis leptochila (Fitzg.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. subsp. leptochila
  19. Arachnorchis oreophila D.L.Jones
  20. Arachnorchis orestes D.L.Jones
  21. Arachnorchis osmera D.L.Jones
  22. Arachnorchis peisleyi D.L.Jones
  23. Arachnorchis saxatilis D.L.Jones
  24. Arachnorchis strigosa D.L.Jones
  25. Arachnorchis whiteheadii D.L.Jones
  26. Arachnorchis zephyra D.L.Jones
  27. Caladenia concolor Fitzg.
  28. Caladenia formosa G.W.Carr
  29. Caladenia haemantha D.L.Jones
  30. Caladenia patersonii var. concolor (Fitzg.) J.H.Willis & Court
  31. Caladenia sp. Bethungra
  32. Caladenia sp. Burrinjuck
  33. Caladenia sp. aff. concolor (Midlands)
  34. Calochilus montanus D.L.Jones
  35. Calochilus praeltus D.L.Jones
  36. Calochilus pruinosus D.L.Jones
  37. Calochilus pulchellus D.L.Jones
  38. Calochilus sandrae D.L.Jones
  39. Calochilus stramenicola D.L.Jones
  40. Calochilus therophilus D.L.Jones
  41. Calochilus uliginosus D.L.Jones
  42. Calonema concolor (Fitzg.) Szlach.
  43. Calonema haemanthum (D.L.Jones) Szlach.
  44. Calonemorchis concolor (Fitzg.) Szlach.
  45. Calonemorchis haemantha (D.L.Jones) Szlach.
  46. Chiloglottis R.Br.
  47. Chiloglottis sphaerula D.L.Jones
  48. Corunastylis Fitzg.
  49. Corunastylis anthracina D.L.Jones
  50. Diteilis Raf.
  51. Diteilis petricola D.L.Jones & B.Gray
  52. Diuris Sm.
  53. Diuris basaltica D.L.Jones
  54. Diuris curta D.L.Jones
  55. Diuris eborensis D.L.Jones
  56. Diuris eburnea D.L.Jones
  57. Diuris fucosa D.L.Jones
  58. Diuris gregaria D.L.Jones
  59. Diuris immaculata D.L.Jones
  60. Diuris protena D.L.Jones
  61. Diuris unica D.L.Jones
  62. Linguella D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.
  63. Linguella timothyi D.L.Jones
  64. Luisia Gaudich.
  65. Luisia atacta D.L.Jones
  66. Luisia corrugata D.L.Jones
  67. Pterostylis R.Br.
  68. Pterostylis aneba D.L.Jones
  69. Pterostylis crassichila D.L.Jones
  70. Pterostylis cucullata R.Br. subsp. cucullata
  71. Pterostylis cucullata subsp. sylvicola D.L.Jones
  72. Pterostylis lustra D.L.Jones
  73. Pterostylis oblonga D.L.Jones
  74. Pterostylis riparia D.L.Jones
  75. Pterostylis subtilis D.L.Jones

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