Vascular Plants

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Field, A.R. & Renner, M.A.M. (31 May 2019), Rediscovered or reconsidered: the presumed extinct ferns and lycophytes of tropical Queensland, Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 32(2,3) (Paper) Field, A.R. & Renner, M.A.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Didymoglossum exiguum (Bedd.) Copel.
  2. Grammitis leonardii Parris
  3. Haplopteris dareicarpa (Hook.) S.Linds. & C.W.Chen
  4. Huperzia serrata (Thunb.) Trevis.
  5. Hymenophyllum exiguum Bedd.
  6. Hymenophyllum lobbii T.Moore ex Bosch
  7. Hymenophyllum whitei Goy
  8. Lastreopsis dissecta (C.T.White & Goy) Labiak, Sundue & R.C.Moran
  9. Lemmaphyllum accedens (Blume) Donk
  10. Leptolepia dissecta C.T.White & Goy
  11. Lindsaea blanda Mett. ex Kuhn
  12. Lindsaea pulchella var. blanda (Mett. ex Kuhn) K.U.Kramer
  13. Lycopodium serratum Thunb.
  14. Lycopodium volubile G.Forst.
  15. Monogramma dareicarpa Hook.
  16. Oenotrichia dissecta (C.T.White & Goy) S.B.Andrews
  17. Oreogrammitis leonardii (Parris) Parris
  18. Polypodium accedens Blume
  19. Pseudodiphasium volubile (G.Forst.) Holub
  20. Tmesipteris lanceolata P.A.Dang.
  21. Trichomanes paradoxum Domin

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