Vascular Plants

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Mitchell, A.S. & Norris, E.H. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Malvaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1 (Paper) Mitchell, A.S. & Norris, E.H. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Abelmoschus Medik.
  2. Abelmoschus manihot (L.) Medik.
  3. Abelmoschus moschatus subsp. biakensis (Hochr.) Borss.Waalk.
  4. Abelmoschus splendens (C.Fraser ex Graham) Walp.
  5. Abutilon Mill.
  6. Abutilon calliphyllum Domin
  7. Abutilon cryptopetalum (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  8. Abutilon fraseri (Hook.) Walp.
  9. Abutilon grandifolium (Willd.) Sweet
  10. Abutilon halophilum F.Muell. ex Schltdl.
  11. Abutilon leucopetalum (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  12. Abutilon macrum F.Muell.
  13. Abutilon malvifolium (Benth.) J.M.Black
  14. Abutilon otocarpum F.Muell.
  15. Abutilon oxycarpum (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  16. Abutilon theophrasti Medik.
  17. Abutilon tubulosum (Hook.) Walp.
  18. Alcea L.
  19. Alcea rosea L.
  20. Althaea rosea (L.) Cav.
  21. Anoda Cav.
  22. Anoda Weed
  23. Anoda cristata (L.) Schltdl.
  24. Bladder Ketmia
  25. Bush Hibiscus
  26. Cotton
  27. Cottonwood Hibiscus
  28. Cretan Hollyhock
  29. Dwarf Mallow
  30. Flannel Weed
  31. Gossypium L.
  32. Gossypium barbadense L.
  33. Gossypium gossypioides (R.Br.) C.A.Gardner
  34. Gossypium hirsutum L.
  35. Gossypium nandewarense Derera
  36. Gossypium peruvianum Cav.
  37. Gossypium sturtianum J.H.Willis
  38. Gossypium sturtianum var. nandewarense (Derera) Fryxell
  39. Gossypium sturtianum J.H.Willis var. sturtianum
  40. Gossypium sturtii F.Muell.
  41. Gossypium thurberi Tod.
  42. Gynatrix Alef.
  43. Gynatrix pulchella (Willd.) Alef.
  44. Hempbush
  45. Hibbertia muelleri Benth.
  46. Hibiscus L.
  47. Hibiscus brachysiphonius F.Muell.
  48. Hibiscus diversifolius Jacq.
  49. Hibiscus farragei F.Muell.
  50. Hibiscus heterophyllus Vent. subsp. heterophyllus
  51. Hibiscus krichauffianus F.Muell.
  52. Hibiscus splendens C.Fraser ex Graham
  53. Hibiscus sturtii Hook.
  54. Hibiscus sturtii var. grandiflorus Benth.
  55. Hibiscus sturtii Hook. var. sturtii
  56. Hibiscus tiliaceus L.
  57. Hibiscus trionum L.
  58. Hill Hibiscus
  59. Hollyhock
  60. Hollyhocks
  61. Howittia F.Muell.
  62. Howittia trilocularis F.Muell.
  63. Lagunaria (DC.) Rchb.
  64. Lagunaria patersonia (Andrews) G.Don
  65. Lavatera L.
  66. Lavatera arborea L.
  67. Lavatera cretica L.
  68. Lavatera plebeia Sims
  69. Lavatera trimestris L.
  70. Lawrencia Hook.
  71. Lawrencia glomerata Hook.
  72. Lawrencia squamata Nees
  73. Lifesaver Burr
  74. Mallow of Nice
  75. Malva L.
  76. Malva neglecta Wallr.
  77. Malva nicaeensis All.
  78. Malva parviflora L.
  79. Malva sylvestris L.
  80. Malva verticillata L.
  81. Malvaceae Juss.
  82. Malvastrum A.Gray
  83. Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr.
  84. Malvastrum coromandelianum (L.) Garcke
  85. Malvastrum spicatum (L.) A.Gray
  86. Malvastrum tricuspidatum A.Gray
  87. Malvella leprosa (Ortega) Krapov.
  88. Modiola Moench
  89. Modiola caroliniana (L.) G.Don
  90. Native Hollyhock
  91. Native Rosella
  92. Norfolk Island Hibiscus
  93. Paddy's Lucerne
  94. Pavonia Cav.
  95. Pavonia hastata Cav.
  96. Plagianthus glomeratus (Hook.) Benth.
  97. Plagianthus incanus J.M.Black
  98. Plagianthus pulchellus (Willd.) A.Gray ex Hook.f.
  99. Plagianthus pulchellus var. tomentosus Rodway
  100. Plagianthus squamatus (Nees) Benth.
  101. Prickly Malvastrum
  102. Radyera Bullock
  103. Radyera farragei (F.Muell.) Fryxell & S.H.Hashmi
  104. Red-flowered Mallow
  105. Sea Island Cotton
  106. Selenothamnus Melville
  107. Selenothamnus squamatus (Nees) Melville
  108. Sida L.
  109. Sida ammophila F.Muell. ex J.H.Willis
  110. Sida cordifolia L.
  111. Sida corrugata Lindl.
  112. Sida cryphiopetala F.Muell.
  113. Sida cunninghamii C.T.White
  114. Sida fibulifera Lindl.
  115. Sida filiformis A.Cunn.
  116. Sida goniocarpa (Benth.) Domin
  117. Sida intricata F.Muell.
  118. Sida leprosa var. hederacea (Douglas) K.Schum.
  119. Sida pedunculata A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  120. Sida petrophila F.Muell.
  121. Sida phaeotricha F.Muell.
  122. Sida platycalyx F.Muell. ex Benth.
  123. Sida pleiantha Benth.
  124. Sida rhombifolia L.
  125. Sida rohlenae Domin
  126. Sida sp. A
  127. Sida sp. B
  128. Sida sp. B
  129. Sida sp. C
  130. Sida sp. D (aff. intricata)
  131. Sida spinosa L.
  132. Sida subspicata F.Muell. ex Benth.
  133. Sida trichopoda F.Muell.
  134. Sida virgata var. phaeotricha (F.Muell.) Benth.
  135. Small-flowered Mallow
  136. Spiked Malvastrum
  137. Sturt's Desert Rose
  138. Swamp Hibiscus
  139. Tall Mallow
  140. Tree Mallow
  141. Urena L.
  142. Urena lobata L.
  143. Velvet-leaf Hibiscus

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