Vascular Plants

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Crisp, M.D. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1991), Daviesia. Flora of New South Wales 2 : 472-478 (Paper) Crisp, M.D. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Bitter peas
  2. Broom Bitter Pea
  3. Daviesia Sm.
  4. Daviesia acicularis Sm.
  5. Daviesia alata Sm.
  6. Daviesia arborea W.Hill
  7. Daviesia arenaria Crisp
  8. Daviesia benthamii subsp. humilis Crisp
  9. Daviesia buxifolia Benth.
  10. Daviesia corymbosa Sm.
  11. Daviesia elliptica Crisp
  12. Daviesia genistifolia A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  13. Daviesia latifolia R.Br.
  14. Daviesia leptophylla A.Cunn. ex G.Don
  15. Daviesia mimosoides R.Br.
  16. Daviesia mimosoides subsp. acris Crisp
  17. Daviesia mimosoides R.Br. subsp. mimosoides
  18. Daviesia nova-anglica Crisp
  19. Daviesia pubigera A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  20. Daviesia squarrosa Sm.
  21. Daviesia squarrosa var. villifera (A.Cunn. ex Benth.) Benth.
  22. Daviesia suaveolens Crisp
  23. Daviesia ulicifolia Andrews
  24. Daviesia umbellulata Sm.
  25. Daviesia villifera A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  26. Daviesia virgata A.Cunn. ex Hook.
  27. Daviesia wyattiana F.M.Bailey
  28. Gorse Bitter Pea

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