Vascular Plants

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Weston, P.H. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2002), Medicago. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 2 : 622-625 (Section) Weston, P.H. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Alfalfa
  2. Barrel Medic
  3. Black Medic
  4. Burr Medic
  5. Button Medic
  6. Calvary Medic
  7. Cut-leaved Medic
  8. Disc Medic
  9. Lucerne
  10. Medicago L.
  11. Medicago arabica (L.) Huds.
  12. Medicago intertexta (L.) Mill.
  13. Medicago laciniata (L.) Mill.
  14. Medicago lupulina L.
  15. Medicago minima (L.) L. ex Bartal.
  16. Medicago orbicularis (L.) Bartal.
  17. Medicago polymorpha L.
  18. Medicago polymorpha var. brevispina (Benth.) Heyn
  19. Medicago polymorpha var. vulgaris (Benth.) Shinners
  20. Medicago praecox DC.
  21. Medicago sativa L.
  22. Medicago scutellata (L.) Mill.
  23. Medicago tornata (L.) Mill.
  24. Medicago truncatula Gaertn.
  25. Medicago truncatula var. longispina Urb.
  26. Medics
  27. Small-leaved Burr Medic
  28. Snail Medic
  29. Spotted Burr Medic
  30. Woolly Burr Medic

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