Vascular Plants

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Schmidt-Lebuhn, A.N., Zeil-Rolfe, I., Lepschi, B. & Gooden, B. (14 September 2020), Expansion of Lordhowea, and a new genus for scapose, alpine Australian species of Senecioneae (Asteraceae). Taxon 69(4) : 756-777 DOI (Paper) Schmidt-Lebuhn, A.N., Zeil-Rolfe, I., Lepschi, B. & Gooden, B. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Lordhowea B.Nord.
  2. Lordhowea amygdalifolia (F.Muell.) Schmidt-Leb.
  3. Lordhowea insularis (Benth.) B.Nord.
  4. Lordhowea pilosicrista (I.Thomps.) Schmidt-Leb.
  5. Lordhowea velleioides (A.Cunn. ex DC.) Schmidt-Leb.
  6. Scapisenecio Schmidt-Leb.
  7. Scapisenecio albogilvus (I.Thomps.) Schmidt-Leb.
  8. Scapisenecio leptocarpus (DC.) Schmidt-Leb.
  9. Scapisenecio papillosus (F.Muell.) Schmidt-Leb.
  10. Scapisenecio pectinatus (DC.) Schmidt-Leb.
  11. Scapisenecio pectinatus var. major (F.Muell. ex Belcher) Schmidt-Leb.
  12. Scapisenecio pectinatus (DC.) Schmidt-Leb. var. pectinatus
  13. Scapisenecio primulifolius (F.Muell.) Schmidt-Leb.
  14. Senecio albogilvus I.Thomps.
  15. Senecio amygdalifolius F.Muell.
  16. Senecio insularis Benth.
  17. Senecio leptocarpus DC.
  18. Senecio papillosus F.Muell.
  19. Senecio pectinatus DC.
  20. Senecio pectinatus var. major F.Muell. ex Belcher
  21. Senecio pectinatus var. ochroleucus F.Muell.
  22. Senecio pectinatus var. pleiocephalus Benth.
  23. Senecio pilosicristus I.Thomps.
  24. Senecio primulifolius F.Muell.
  25. Senecio velleioides A.Cunn. ex DC.

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