Vascular Plants

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Henwood, M.J. & Weiller, C.M. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2009), Thinopyrum. Flora of Australia 44A : 102-104 (Section) Henwood, M.J. & Weiller, C.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Agropyron distichum (Thunb.) P.Beauv.
  2. Agropyron elongatum (Host) P.Beauv.
  3. Agropyron junceiforme Á.Löve & D.Löve
  4. Agropyron junceum subsp. boreali-atlanticum Melderis
  5. Agropyron junceum subsp. boreo-atlanticum Simonet & Guin.
  6. Elymus elongatus (Host) Runemark
  7. Elymus farctus (Viv.) Runemark ex Melderis
  8. Elymus farctus subsp. boreo-atlanticus (Simonet & Guin.) Melderis
  9. Elytrigia elongata (Host) Nevski
  10. Elytrigia juncea subsp. boreo-atlantica (Simonet & Guin.) Hyl.
  11. Elytrigia junceiformis Á.Löve & D.Löve
  12. Lophopyrum Á.Löve
  13. Lophopyrum elongatum (Host) Á.Löve
  14. Sand Couch-Grass
  15. Sea Couch
  16. Sea Wheat-Grass
  17. Thinopyrum Á.Löve
  18. Thinopyrum distichum (Thunb.) Á.Löve
  19. Thinopyrum elongatum (Host) D.R.Dewey
  20. Thinopyrum junceiforme (Á.Löve & D.Löve) Á.Löve
  21. Triticum distichum Thunb.
  22. Triticum elongatum Host

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