Vascular Plants

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Link, J.H.F. (1829), Handbuch zur Erkennung der nutzbarsten und am häufigsten vorkommenden Gewachse 2 (Section) Link, J.H.F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Amygdalales Link
  2. Amyridineae Link
  3. Anacardiineae Link
  4. Aquilariales Link
  5. Aurantiales Link
  6. Balsaminales Link
  7. Balsamineae Link
  8. Bixales Link
  9. Burserineae Link
  10. Byttneriales Link
  11. Callitrichales Link
  12. Callitrichinae Link
  13. Calycanthales Link
  14. Cassiales Link
  15. Celastrales Link
  16. Celastrinae Link
  17. Ceratophyllales Link
  18. Chailletiales Link
  19. Chrysobalanales Link
  20. Cneorales Link
  21. Connaraceae Link
  22. Connarales Link
  23. Cornaceae Link
  24. Cornales Link
  25. Crassulales Link
  26. Dryadales Link
  27. Erythroxylales Link
  28. Fothergillales Link
  29. Frankeniales Link
  30. Fumariales Link
  31. Hamamelidales Link
  32. Hippocastanales Link
  33. Loranthales Link
  34. Lythrales Link
  35. Mimosales Link
  36. Neuradaceae Link
  37. Paronychiales Link
  38. Philadelphales Link
  39. Pittosporales Link
  40. Pittosporeae Link
  41. Resedales Link
  42. Rhamnales Link
  43. Rhamneae Link
  44. Sanguisorbales Link
  45. Scleranthales Link
  46. Spiraeales Link
  47. Spondiadineae Link
  48. Tamaricales Link
  49. Tamariscineae Link
  50. Turnerales Link
  51. Ulmales Link
  52. Vochysiaceae Link
  53. Vochysiales Link
  54. Zygophyllales Link
  55. Zygophylleae Link

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