Vascular Plants

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Entwisle, T.J. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Casuarinaceae. Flora of Victoria 3 (Section) Entwisle, T.J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Allocasuarina L.A.S.Johnson
  2. Allocasuarina grampiana L.A.S.Johnson
  3. Allocasuarina littoralis (Salisb.) L.A.S.Johnson
  4. Allocasuarina luehmannii (R.T.Baker) L.A.S.Johnson
  5. Allocasuarina mackliniana L.A.S.Johnson
  6. Allocasuarina mackliniana subsp. hirtilinea L.A.S.Johnson
  7. Allocasuarina mackliniana L.A.S.Johnson subsp. mackliniana
  8. Allocasuarina mackliniana subsp. xerophila L.A.S.Johnson
  9. Allocasuarina media L.A.S.Johnson
  10. Allocasuarina misera L.A.S.Johnson
  11. Allocasuarina muelleriana (Miq.) L.A.S.Johnson subsp. muelleriana
  12. Allocasuarina nana (Sieber ex Spreng.) L.A.S.Johnson
  13. Allocasuarina paludosa (Sieber ex Spreng.) L.A.S.Johnson
  14. Allocasuarina paradoxa (Macklin) L.A.S.Johnson
  15. Allocasuarina pusilla (Macklin) L.A.S.Johnson
  16. Allocasuarina verticillata (Lam.) L.A.S.Johnson
  17. Black Sheoak
  18. Bull-oak
  19. Buloke
  20. Casuarina L.
  21. Casuarina glauca Sieber ex Spreng.
  22. Casuarina littoralis Salisb.
  23. Casuarina luehmannii R.T.Baker
  24. Casuarina muelleriana Miq.
  25. Casuarina nana Sieber ex Spreng.
  26. Casuarina obesa Miq.
  27. Casuarina paludosa Sieber ex Spreng.
  28. Casuarina paradoxa Macklin
  29. Casuarina pusilla Macklin
  30. Casuarina stricta Aiton
  31. Casuarina suberosa Otto & A.Dietr.
  32. Casuarina verticillata Lam.
  33. Casuarinaceae R.Br.
  34. Drooping Sheoak
  35. Dwarf Sheoak
  36. Scrub Sheoak
  37. Slaty Sheoak
  38. Stunted Sheoak
  39. Swamp Sheoak

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