Vascular Plants

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Harden, G.J. & Thompson, J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Cupressaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1 : 83-86 (Paper) Harden, G.J. & Thompson, J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Black Cypress Pine
  2. Callitris Vent.
  3. Callitris baileyi C.T.White
  4. Callitris columellaris F.Muell.
  5. Callitris endlicheri (Parl.) F.M.Bailey
  6. Callitris glaucophylla Joy Thomps. & L.A.S.Johnson
  7. Callitris macleayana (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  8. Callitris monticola J.Garden
  9. Callitris muelleri (Parl.) F.Muell.
  10. Callitris oblonga Rich. & A.Rich.
  11. Callitris preissii Miq.
  12. Callitris preissii subsp. murrayensis J.Garden
  13. Callitris preissii Miq. subsp. preissii
  14. Callitris preissii subsp. verrucosa (A.Cunn. ex Endl.) J.Garden
  15. Callitris rhomboidea R.Br. ex Rich. & A.Rich.
  16. Cupressaceae Gray
  17. Cypress Pines
  18. Mallee Pine
  19. Steelhead
  20. Stringybark Pine
  21. White Cypress Pine

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