Vascular Plants

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Weiller, C.M. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2009), Tribe Bambuseae. Flora of Australia 44A (Section) Weiller, C.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Arundarbor atra (Lindl.) Kuntze
  2. Arundinaria coboni F.M.Bailey
  3. Arundinaria cobonii F.M.Bailey
  4. Arundinaria moreheadiana (F.M.Bailey) Domin
  5. Bambusa Schreb.
  6. Bambusa arnhemica F.Muell.
  7. Bambusa atra Lindl.
  8. Bambusa forbesii (Ridl.) Holttum
  9. Bambusa moreheadiana F.M.Bailey
  10. Bambuseae Dumort.
  11. Black Bamboo
  12. Dendrocalamus forbesii Ridl.
  13. Fishpole Bamboo
  14. Mullerochloa K.M.Wong
  15. Mullerochloa moreheadiana (F.M.Bailey) K.M.Wong
  16. Neololeba Widjaja
  17. Neololeba atra (Lindl.) Widjaja
  18. Phyllostachys Siebold & Zucc.
  19. Phyllostachys aurea Riviere & C.Riviere
  20. Phyllostachys bambusoides Siebold & Zucc.
  21. Phyllostachys nigra (Lodd. ex Lindl.) Munro
  22. Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel ex J.Houz.
  23. Top End Bamboo

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