Vascular Plants

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Meudt, H.M. (23 December 2008), Taxonomic revision of Australasian snow hebes (Veronica, Plantaginaceae). Australian Systematic Botany 21(6) : 387-421 (Paper) Meudt, H.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Chionohebe ciliolata (Hook.f.) B.G.Briggs & Ehrend.
  2. Chionohebe densifolia (F.Muell.) B.G.Briggs & Ehrend.
  3. Hebe dasyphylla (Kirk) Cockayne & Allan
  4. Hebejeebie densifolia (F.Muell.) Heads
  5. Leonohebe densifolia (F.Muell.) Heads
  6. Logania tetragona Hook.f.
  7. Paederota densifolia F.Muell.
  8. Pygmea ciliolata Hook.f.
  9. Pygmea ciliolata var. fiordensis Ashwin
  10. Pygmea tetragona (Hook.f.) Ashwin
  11. Veronica ciliolata (Hook.f.) Cheeseman
  12. Veronica ciliolata (Hook.f.) Cheeseman subsp. ciliolata
  13. Veronica ciliolata subsp. fiordensis (Ashwin) Meudt
  14. Veronica ciliolata var. fiordensis (Ashwin) Garn.-Jones
  15. Veronica dasyphylla Kirk
  16. Veronica dasyphylla Kirk var. dasyphylla
  17. Veronica dasyphylla var. minor G.Simpson & J.S.Thomson
  18. Veronica dasyphylla var. subacuta G.Simpson & J.S.Thomson
  19. Veronica densifolia (F.Muell.) F.Muell.

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