Vascular Plants

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Aston, H.I. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Menyanthaceae. Flora of Victoria 4 : 380-385 (Section) Aston, H.I. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Entire Marshwort
  2. Erect Marsh-flower
  3. Lax Marsh-flower
  4. Limnanthemum crenatum F.Muell.
  5. Limnanthemum geminatum (R.Br.) Griseb.
  6. Limnanthemum stygium J.M.Black
  7. Marshwort
  8. Menyanthaceae Dumort.
  9. Menyanthes exaltata Sol. ex Sims
  10. Nymphoides Ség.
  11. Nymphoides crenata (F.Muell.) Kuntze
  12. Nymphoides geminata (R.Br.) Kuntze
  13. Nymphoides montana Aston
  14. Nymphoides sp. aff. exiliflora
  15. Nymphoides sp. aff. montana (Western Victoria)
  16. Nymphoides spinulosperma Aston
  17. Nymphoides stygia (J.M.Black) H.Eichler
  18. Running Marsh-flower
  19. Villarsia Vent.
  20. Villarsia exaltata (Sol. ex Sims) G.Don
  21. Villarsia geminata R.Br.
  22. Villarsia reniformis R.Br.
  23. Villarsia umbricola Aston
  24. Villarsia umbricola var. beaugleholei Aston
  25. Villarsia umbricola Aston var. umbricola
  26. Wavy Marshwort

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