Vascular Plants

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Adams, R.P., Bartel, J.A. & Price, R.A. (2009), A new genus, Hesperocyparis, for the cypresses of the western hemisphere (Cupressaceae). Phytologia 91(1) : 160-185 (Paper) Adams, R.P., Bartel, J.A. & Price, R.A. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Callitropsis arizonica (Greene) D.P.Little
  2. Callitropsis glabra (Sudw.) D.P.Little
  3. Callitropsis goveniana (Gordon) D.P.Little
  4. Callitropsis lusitanica (Mill.) D.P.Little
  5. Callitropsis macrocarpa (Hartw. ex Gordon) D.P.Little
  6. Cupressus arizonica Greene
  7. Cupressus arizonica subsp. glabra (Sudw.) A.E.Murray
  8. Cupressus arizonica var. glabra (Sudw.) Little
  9. Cupressus glabra Sudw.
  10. Cupressus goveniana Gordon
  11. Cupressus lusitanica Mill.
  12. Cupressus macrocarpa Hartw. ex Gordon
  13. Hesperocyparis Bartel & R.A.Price
  14. Hesperocyparis arizonica (Greene) Bartel
  15. Hesperocyparis glabra (Sudw.) Bartel
  16. Hesperocyparis goveniana (Gordon) Bartel
  17. Hesperocyparis lusitanica (Mill.) Bartel
  18. Hesperocyparis macrocarpa (Hartw. ex Gordon) Bartel

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