Vascular Plants

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Chung, K.-F. (2007), Inclusion of the South Pacific alpine genus Oreomyrrhis (Apiaceae) in Chaerophyllum based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences. Systematic Botany 32(3) (Paper) Chung, K.-F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Azorella daucoides d'Urv.
  2. Caldasia argentea Hook.f.
  3. Caldasia eriopoda DC.
  4. Chaerophyllum L.
  5. Chaerophyllum argenteum (Hook.f.) K.F.Chung
  6. Chaerophyllum australianum K.F.Chung
  7. Chaerophyllum brevipes (Mathias & Constance) K.F.Chung
  8. Chaerophyllum colensoi (Hook.f.) K.F.Chung
  9. Chaerophyllum daucoides (d'Urv.) K.F.Chung
  10. Chaerophyllum eriopodum (DC.) K.F.Chung
  11. Chaerophyllum gunnii (Mathias & Constance) K.F.Chung
  12. Chaerophyllum pulvinificum (F.Muell.) K.F.Chung
  13. Chaerophyllum sessiliflorum (Hook.f.) K.F.Chung
  14. Oreomyrrhis argentea (Hook.f.) Hook.f.
  15. Oreomyrrhis brevipes Mathias & Constance
  16. Oreomyrrhis ciliata Hook.f.
  17. Oreomyrrhis colensoi Hook.f.
  18. Oreomyrrhis eriopoda (DC.) Hook.f.
  19. Oreomyrrhis gunnii Mathias & Constance
  20. Oreomyrrhis pulvinifica F.Muell.
  21. Oreomyrrhis sessiliflora Hook.f.

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