Vascular Plants

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Jacobs, S.W.L. & Hastings, S.M. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1993), Bromus. Flora of New South Wales 4 : 628-633 (Paper) Jacobs, S.W.L. & Hastings, S.M. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Awnless Brome
  2. Bromus L.
  3. Bromus alopecuroides Poir.
  4. Bromus alopecuros Poir.
  5. Bromus arenarius Labill.
  6. Bromus brevis Nees ex Steud.
  7. Bromus catharticus Vahl
  8. Bromus diandrus Roth
  9. Bromus gussonei Parl.
  10. Bromus hordeaceus L.
  11. Bromus hordeaceus subsp. molliformis (J.Lloyd ex Billot) Maire & Weiller
  12. Bromus inermis Leyss.
  13. Bromus madritensis L.
  14. Bromus molliformis J.Lloyd ex Billot
  15. Bromus mollis L.
  16. Bromus racemosus L.
  17. Bromus rubens L.
  18. Bromus secalinus L.
  19. Bromus sterilis L.
  20. Bromus tectorum L.
  21. Bromus unioloides Kunth
  22. Bromus willdenowii Kunth
  23. Ceratochloa brevis (Nees ex Steud.) D.O.Cross & Vickery
  24. Ceratochloa unioloides (Willd.) P.Beauv.
  25. Drooping Brome
  26. Great Brome
  27. Madrid Brome
  28. Prairie Grass
  29. Red Brome
  30. Rye Brome
  31. Sand Brome
  32. Serrafalcus alopecuroides (Poir.) Parl.
  33. Serrafalcus arenarius (Labill.) C.A.Gardner
  34. Serrafalcus molliformis (J.Lloyd ex Billot) F.W.Schultz
  35. Serrafalcus mollis (L.) Parl.
  36. Serrafalcus racemosus (L.) Parl.
  37. Serrafalcus secalinus (L.) Bab.
  38. Smooth Brome
  39. Soft Brome
  40. Sterile Brome

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