Vascular Plants

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Turner, J.S., Smithers, C.N. & Hoogland, R.D. (1968), The conservation of Norfolk Island : null - null (Book) Turner, J.S., Smithers, C.N. & Hoogland, R.D. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acronychia simplicifolia (Endl.) Steud.
  2. Adiantum hispidulum Sw.
  3. Agropyron scabrum (R.Br.) P.Beauv.
  4. Agropyron scabrum (R.Br.) P.Beauv. var. scabrum
  5. Apium australe Thouars
  6. Cassia floribunda Cav.
  7. Clematis glycinoides DC.
  8. Eleocharis gracilis R.Br.
  9. Euphorbia glauca G.Forst.
  10. Gnaphalium japonicum Thunb.
  11. Hypolepis punctata (Thunb.) Mett. ex Kuhn
  12. Hypolepis tenuifolia (G.Forst.) Bernh. ex C.Presl
  13. Oplismenus undulatifolius (Ard.) Roem. & Schult.
  14. Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steud.
  15. Pisonia umbellifera (J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.) Seem.
  16. Pteris comans G.Forst.
  17. Pteris tripartita Sw.
  18. Rapanea crassifolia (R.Br.) Mez
  19. Rhodomyrtus psidioides (G.Don) Benth.
  20. Rumohra adiantiformis (G.Forst.) Ching
  21. Senecio glomeratus var. tridentatus J.S.Turner, Smithers & Hoogland
  22. Senecio lautus G.Forst. ex Willd.
  23. Sicyos angulatus L.
  24. Solanum nodiflorum Jacq.
  25. Spinifex hirsutus Labill.

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