Vascular Plants

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Quirico, A.L. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1993), Lomandraceae. Flora of New South Wales 4 (Paper) Quirico, A.L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Irongrass
  2. Lomandra Labill.
  3. Lomandra bracteata A.T.Lee
  4. Lomandra brevis A.T.Lee
  5. Lomandra collina (R.Br.) Ewart
  6. Lomandra confertifolia (F.M.Bailey) Fahn
  7. Lomandra confertifolia subsp. leptostachya A.T.Lee
  8. Lomandra confertifolia subsp. pallida A.T.Lee
  9. Lomandra confertifolia subsp. rubiginosa A.T.Lee
  10. Lomandra confertifolia subsp. similis A.T.Lee
  11. Lomandra cylindrica A.T.Lee
  12. Lomandra effusa (Lindl.) Ewart
  13. Lomandra elongata (Benth.) Ewart
  14. Lomandra filiformis (Thunb.) Britten
  15. Lomandra filiformis subsp. coriacea A.T.Lee
  16. Lomandra filiformis (Thunb.) Britten subsp. filiformis
  17. Lomandra filiformis subsp. flavior A.T.Lee
  18. Lomandra fluviatilis (R.Br.) A.T.Lee
  19. Lomandra glauca (R.Br.) Ewart
  20. Lomandra gracilis (R.Br.) A.T.Lee
  21. Lomandra hystrix (R.Br.) L.R.Fraser & Vickery
  22. Lomandra laxa (R.Br.) A.T.Lee
  23. Lomandra leucocephala (R.Br.) Ewart
  24. Lomandra leucocephala (R.Br.) Ewart subsp. leucocephala
  25. Lomandra leucocephala subsp. robusta A.T.Lee
  26. Lomandra longifolia Labill.
  27. Lomandra micrantha subsp. tuberculata J.Everett
  28. Lomandra montana (R.Br.) L.R.Fraser & Vickery
  29. Lomandra multiflora (R.Br.) Britten subsp. multiflora
  30. Lomandra obliqua (Thunb.) J.F.Macbr.
  31. Lomandra patens A.T.Lee
  32. Lomandra spicata A.T.Lee
  33. Lomandraceae Lotsy
  34. Many-flowered Mat-rush
  35. Pale Mat-rush
  36. Scented Mat-rush
  37. Small-flowered Mat-rush
  38. Spiny-headed Mat-rush
  39. Wattle Mat-rush
  40. Woolly Mat-rush

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