Vascular Plants

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Henshall, T.S. in Jessop, J.P. (ed.) (1981), Polygonaceae. Flora of Central Australia : 29-32, Figs 45-47 (Section) Henshall, T.S. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Climbing lignum
  2. Emex Neck. ex Campd.
  3. Emex australis Steinh.
  4. Muehlenbeckia Meisn.
  5. Muehlenbeckia adpressa (Labill.) Meisn.
  6. Muehlenbeckia coccoloboides J.M.Black
  7. Muehlenbeckia cunninghamii (Meisn.) F.Muell.
  8. Muehlenbeckia diclina (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  9. Polygonaceae Juss.
  10. Polygonum L.
  11. Polygonum adpressum Labill.
  12. Polygonum attenuatum R.Br.
  13. Polygonum aviculare L.
  14. Polygonum glabrum Willd.
  15. Polygonum lapathifolium L.
  16. Polygonum plebeium R.Br.
  17. Polygonum salicifolium Brouss. ex Willd.
  18. Polygonum serrulatum Lag.
  19. Rosy Dock
  20. Rumex L.
  21. Rumex brownii Campd.
  22. Rumex crystallinus Lange
  23. Rumex vesicarius L.
  24. Three-cornered jack
  25. Wireweed
  26. double gee
  27. native hops

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