Vascular Plants

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Flann, C., Wilson, Paul G. & Wieringa, J.J. (29 September 2010), Typification of Gnaphalium collinum var. monocephalum (Gnaphalieae: Asteraceae) and clarification of related material. Nuytsia 20 : 1-5 (Paper) Flann, C., Wilson, Paul G. & Wieringa, J.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Argyrotegium J.M.Ward & Breitw.
  2. Argyrotegium mackayi (Buchanan) J.M.Ward & Breitw.
  3. Euchiton Cass.
  4. Euchiton argentifolius (N.A.Wakef.) Anderb.
  5. Euchiton lateralis (C.J.Webb) Breitw. & J.M.Ward
  6. Euchiton mackayi (Buchanan) Anderb.
  7. Euchiton traversii (Hook.f.) Holub
  8. Gnaphalium argentifolium N.A.Wakef.
  9. Gnaphalium collinum var. monocephalum Hook.f.
  10. Gnaphalium collinum var. radicans F.Muell. ex Benth.
  11. Gnaphalium japonicum var. monocephalum (Hook.f.) F.Muell.
  12. Gnaphalium japonicum var. radicans (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Maiden
  13. Gnaphalium laterale C.J.Webb
  14. Gnaphalium mackayi (Buchanan) Cockayne
  15. Gnaphalium sect. Euchiton (Cass.) DC.
  16. Gnaphalium traversii Hook.f.
  17. Gnaphalium traversii var. mckayi (Buchanan) Kirk
  18. Raoulia mackayi Buchanan

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