Vascular Plants

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National Herbarium of New South Wales (2010), PlantNET Flora of New South Wales Online (Database Record) National Herbarium of New South Wales Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. (Dendrobium pugioniforme A.Cunn. x Dendrobium striolatum Rchb.f.) x Dendrobium pugioniforme A.Cunn.
  2. Callistemon sp. Megalong Valley (Craven, Mallinson & Douglas 10442) NSW Herbarium
  3. Callistemon sp. aff. pallidus 'Gibraltar Range'
  4. Fool's Cress
  5. Helosciadium nodiflorum (L.) W.D.J.Koch
  6. Hibbertia glabrescens Toelken MS
  7. Luzula densiflora subsp. Few Hairs (L.A.S.Johnson NSW 77826) NSW Herbarium
  8. Megalong Valley Bottlebrush
  9. Pomaderris andromedifolia f. 'narrow-leaved'
  10. Pomaderris andromedifolia f. 'small-leaved'
  11. Pomaderris andromedifolia A.Cunn. f. andromedifolia
  12. Pultenaea sp. Gibberagee State Forest (Westaway 924)
  13. Water Celery

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