Vascular Plants

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Weston, P.H. & Harden G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2002), Correa. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 2 : 289-292 (Section) Weston, P.H. & Harden G.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Common Correa
  2. Correa Andrews
  3. Correa alba Andrews var. alba
  4. Correa baeuerlenii F.Muell.
  5. Correa glabra Lindl.
  6. Correa glabra Lindl. var. glabra
  7. Correa glabra var. leucoclada (Lindl.) Paul G.Wilson
  8. Correa lawrenceana Hook.
  9. Correa lawrenceana var. cordifolia Paul G.Wilson
  10. Correa lawrenceana var. glandulifera Paul G.Wilson
  11. Correa lawrenceana var. latrobeana (F.Muell. ex Hannaford) Paul G.Wilson
  12. Correa lawrenceana var. macrocalyx (Blakely) Paul G.Wilson
  13. Correa lawrenceana var. rosea Paul G.Wilson
  14. Correa reflexa (Labill.) Vent.
  15. Correa reflexa (Labill.) Vent. var. reflexa
  16. Correa reflexa var. speciosa (Donn ex Andrews) Paul G.Wilson
  17. Native Fuchsia
  18. Rock Correa
  19. White Correa

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