Vascular Plants

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Walsh, N.G. & Van den Borre, A. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Trachymene. Flora of Victoria 4 : 283-286 (Paper) Walsh, N.G. & Van den Borre, A. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Alpine Trachymene
  2. Didiscus cyanopetalus (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  3. Didiscus humilis Hook.f.
  4. Didiscus humilis f. breviscapis Domin
  5. Didiscus pusillus (DC.) F.Muell.
  6. Dimetopia anisocarpa Turcz.
  7. Dimetopia cyanopetala F.Muell.
  8. Dimetopia pusilla DC.
  9. Dwarf Trachymene
  10. Parsnip Trachymene
  11. Purple Trachymene
  12. Trachymene Rudge
  13. Trachymene anisocarpa (Turcz.) B.L.Burtt
  14. Trachymene anisocarpa 'Dergholm variant'
  15. Trachymene anisocarpa 'typical form'
  16. Trachymene australis Benth.
  17. Trachymene cyanopetala (F.Muell.) Benth.
  18. Trachymene humilis (Hook.f.) Benth.
  19. Trachymene humilis subsp. breviscapa (Domin) P.S.Short
  20. Trachymene humilis (Hook.f.) Benth. subsp. humilis
  21. Trachymene pilosa Sm.
  22. Trachymene sp. 1
  23. Trachymene sp. aff. bialata

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