Vascular Plants

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Walsh, N.G. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Euchiton. Flora of Victoria 4 : 820-825 (Section) Walsh, N.G. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Cliff Cudweed
  2. Common Cudweed
  3. Creeping Cudweed
  4. Euchiton Cass.
  5. Euchiton argentifolius (N.A.Wakef.) Anderb.
  6. Euchiton fordianus (M.Gray) P.S.Short
  7. Euchiton gymnocephalus (DC.) Holub
  8. Euchiton involucratus (G.Forst.) Holub
  9. Euchiton nitidulus (Hook.f.) Anderb.
  10. Euchiton sp. (Alps)
  11. Euchiton sp. 1
  12. Euchiton sphaericus (Willd.) Holub
  13. Euchiton traversii (Hook.f.) Holub
  14. Euchiton umbricola (J.H.Willis) Anderb.
  15. Gnaphalium alpigenum F.Muell. ex Hook.f.
  16. Gnaphalium argentifolium N.A.Wakef.
  17. Gnaphalium collinum Labill.
  18. Gnaphalium collinum var. radicans F.Muell. ex Benth.
  19. Gnaphalium fordianum M.Gray
  20. Gnaphalium gymnocephalum DC.
  21. Gnaphalium involucratum G.Forst.
  22. Gnaphalium japonicum Thunb.
  23. Gnaphalium japonicum var. collinum (Labill.) Maiden & Betche
  24. Gnaphalium nitidulum Hook.f.
  25. Gnaphalium sp. E (aff. argentifolium)
  26. Gnaphalium sphaericum Willd.
  27. Gnaphalium traversii Hook.f.
  28. Gnaphalium umbricola J.H.Willis
  29. Shining Cudweed
  30. Silver Cudweed
  31. Star Cudweed

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