Vascular Plants

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Bunge, A.A. von in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1845), Umbelliferae. Plantae Preissianae 1(2) (Section) Bunge, A.A. von Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Apium prostratum Labill. ex Vent.
  2. Dimetopia preissii Bunge
  3. Eryngium pinnatifidum Bunge
  4. Eryngium tetracephalum Bunge
  5. Helosciadium australe Bunge
  6. Helosciadium prostratum (Labill. ex Vent.) Bunge
  7. Hydrocotyle callicarpa Bunge
  8. Hydrocotyle hispidula Bunge
  9. Hydrocotyle tetragonocarpa Bunge
  10. Leucolaena peltigera Hook.
  11. Leucolaena sect. Pentapeltis Endl.
  12. Pentapeltis (Endl.) Bunge
  13. Pentapeltis peltigera (Hook.) Bunge
  14. Platysace Bunge
  15. Platysace cirrosa Bunge
  16. Schoenolaena Bunge
  17. Schoenolaena juncea Bunge
  18. Schoenolaena tenuior Bunge
  19. Trachymene candelabrum Bunge
  20. Trachymene filiformis Bunge
  21. Trachymene juncea Bunge
  22. Trachymene platyptera Bunge
  23. Trachymene platyptera Bunge var. platyptera
  24. Trachymene platyptera var. rupestris Bunge
  25. Trachymene platyptera var. turfosa Bunge
  26. Trachymene scabriuscula Bunge
  27. Trachymene stricta Bunge
  28. Trachymene teres Bunge
  29. Xanthosia candida (Benth.) Steud. var. candida
  30. Xanthosia candida var. erecta Bunge
  31. Xanthosia candida var. prostrata Bunge
  32. Xanthosia glabrata Bunge
  33. Xanthosia pusilla Bunge
  34. Xanthosia sect. Chlorosia Bunge

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