Vascular Plants

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Barker, R.M., Barker, W.R. & Haegi, L. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Hakea. Flora of Victoria 3 (Section) Barker, R.M., Barker, W.R. & Haegi, L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Banksia dactyloides Gaertn.
  2. Beaked Hakea
  3. Bushy Needlewood
  4. Conchium drupaceum C.F.Gaertn.
  5. Dagger Hakea
  6. Desert Hakea
  7. Dwarf Hakea
  8. Finger Hakea
  9. Furze Hakea
  10. Hakea Schrad. & J.C.Wendl.
  11. Hakea brachyrrhyncha F.Muell.
  12. Hakea dactyloides (Gaertn.) Cav.
  13. Hakea decurrens R.Br.
  14. Hakea decurrens subsp. physocarpa W.R.Barker
  15. Hakea decurrens subsp. platytaenia W.R.Barker
  16. Hakea drupacea (C.F.Gaertn.) Roem. & Schult.
  17. Hakea eriantha R.Br.
  18. Hakea flexilis R.Br.
  19. Hakea hirsuta N.G.Walsh & T.J.Entwisle
  20. Hakea leucoptera R.Br. subsp. leucoptera
  21. Hakea lissosperma R.Br.
  22. Hakea macraeana F.Muell.
  23. Hakea microcarpa R.Br.
  24. Hakea mitchellii Meisn.
  25. Hakea muelleriana J.M.Black
  26. Hakea nodosa R.Br.
  27. Hakea repullulans H.M.Lee
  28. Hakea rostrata F.Muell. ex Meisn.
  29. Hakea rugosa R.Br.
  30. Hakea sericea Schrad. & J.C.Wendl.
  31. Hakea sericea var. lissosperma (R.Br.) Ewart
  32. Hakea suaveolens R.Br.
  33. Hakea tenuifolia var. decurrens (R.Br.) Domin
  34. Hakea tephrosperma R.Br.
  35. Hakea teretifolia subsp. hirsuta (Endl.) R.M.Barker
  36. Hakea ulicina R.Br.
  37. Hakea ulicina var. latifolia J.M.Black
  38. Hakea ulicina var. macrocarpa Meisn.
  39. Hakea vittata R.Br.
  40. Hooked Needlewood
  41. Mountain Needlewood
  42. Needle Bush
  43. Silver Needlewood
  44. Small-fruit Hakea
  45. Tree Hakea
  46. Turkey-gobblers
  47. Wrinkled Hakea
  48. Yellow Hakea

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