Vascular Plants

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Stapf, O. in Oliver, D., Thiselton Dyer, W.T., Prain, D. & Hill, A.W. (ed.) (1 July 1917), Gramineae. Flora of Tropical Africa 9(1) : 1-192 (Section) Stapf, O. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Amphilophis glabra (Roxb.) Stapf
  2. Amphilophis insculpta (Hochst. ex A.Rich.) Stapf
  3. Andropogon annulatus Forssk.
  4. Andropogon glaber Roxb.
  5. Andropogon insculptus Hochst. ex A.Rich.
  6. Andropogon nervosus Rottler
  7. Andropogon sorghum subsp. sudanensis Piper
  8. Andropogon verticilliflorus Steud.
  9. Brachyachne (Benth.) Stapf
  10. Capillipedium Stapf
  11. Capillipedium parviflorum (R.Br.) Stapf
  12. Cynodon sect. Brachyachne Benth. & Hook.f.
  13. Cyrtococcum Stapf
  14. Dichanthium annulatum (Forssk.) Stapf
  15. Eulalia geniculata Stapf
  16. Holcus parviflorus R.Br.
  17. Paspalidium Stapf
  18. Sehima nervosum (Rottler) Stapf
  19. Sorghum aterrimum Stapf
  20. Sorghum roxburghii Stapf
  21. Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf
  22. Sorghum verticilliflorum (Steud.) Stapf

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