Vascular Plants

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Cunningham, D.D. in Jessop, J.P. (ed.) (September 1993), Epacridaceae. A list of the vascular plants of South Australia Edn. 4 (Section) Cunningham, D.D. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acrotriche affinis DC.
  2. Acrotriche depressa R.Br.
  3. Acrotriche fasciculiflora (Regel) Benth.
  4. Acrotriche halmaturina B.R.Paterson
  5. Acrotriche patula R.Br.
  6. Acrotriche serrulata R.Br.
  7. Astroloma conostephioides (Sond.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  8. Astroloma humifusum (Cav.) R.Br.
  9. Brachyloma ciliatum (R.Br.) Benth.
  10. Brachyloma daphnoides (Sm.) Benth.
  11. Brachyloma ericoides subsp. bicolor R.J.Bates
  12. Brachyloma ericoides (Schltdl.) Sond. subsp. ericoides
  13. Conostephium halmaturinum J.M.Black
  14. Leucopogon concurvus F.Muell.
  15. Leucopogon cordifolius Lindl.
  16. Leucopogon costatus (F.Muell.) J.M.Black
  17. Leucopogon ericoides (Sm.) R.Br.
  18. Leucopogon hirsutus Sond.
  19. Leucopogon hirtellus F.Muell. ex Benth.
  20. Leucopogon lanceolatus R.Br.
  21. Leucopogon parviflorus (Andrews) Lindl.
  22. Leucopogon revolutus R.Br.
  23. Leucopogon richei (Labill.) R.Br.
  24. Leucopogon rotundifolius R.Br.
  25. Leucopogon woodsii F.Muell.
  26. Styphelia ciliata (R.Br.) F.Muell.
  27. Styphelia concurva (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  28. Styphelia depressa (R.Br.) F.Muell.
  29. Styphelia exarrhena (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  30. Styphelia exarrhena var. hirtella (F.Muell. ex Benth.) J.M.Black
  31. Styphelia fasciculiflora (Regel) F.Muell.
  32. Styphelia hirtella (F.Muell. ex Benth.) F.Muell.
  33. Styphelia lanceolata Sm.
  34. Styphelia patula (R.Br.) Spreng.
  35. Styphelia pusilliflora F.Muell.
  36. Styphelia richei Labill.
  37. Styphelia serrulata Labill.

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