Vascular Plants

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Conn, B.J., Jeanes, J.A. & Richards, P.G. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Oxalidaceae. Flora of Victoria 4 : 207-218 (Paper) Conn, B.J., Jeanes, J.A. & Richards, P.G. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Bowie Wood-sorrel
  2. Creeping Oxalis
  3. Hairy Wood-sorrel
  4. Large-flower Wood-sorrel
  5. Large-leaf Wood-sorrel
  6. Oxalidaceae R.Br.
  7. Oxalis L.
  8. Oxalis articulata Savigny
  9. Oxalis bowieana Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  10. Oxalis bowiei Herb. ex Lindl.
  11. Oxalis cernua Thunb.
  12. Oxalis chnoodes Lourteig
  13. Oxalis corniculata L.
  14. Oxalis corymbosa DC.
  15. Oxalis debilis var. corymbosa (DC.) Lourteig
  16. Oxalis exilis A.Cunn.
  17. Oxalis hirta L.
  18. Oxalis incarnata L.
  19. Oxalis lactea Hook.
  20. Oxalis latifolia Kunth
  21. Oxalis magellanica G.Forst.
  22. Oxalis martiana Zucc.
  23. Oxalis obtusa Jacq.
  24. Oxalis perennans Haw.
  25. Oxalis pes-caprae L.
  26. Oxalis purpurea L.
  27. Oxalis radicosa A.Rich.
  28. Oxalis rubens Haw.
  29. Oxalis sp.
  30. Oxalis sp. A
  31. Oxalis thompsoniae B.J.Conn & P.G.Richards
  32. Oxalis vallicola (Rose) R.Knuth
  33. Oxalis variabilis Jacq.
  34. Pale Wood-sorrel
  35. Pink Shamrock
  36. Snowdrop Wood-sorrel
  37. Sour-sob
  38. Wood-sorrel
  39. Yellow Wood-sorrel

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