Vascular Plants

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Blakely, W.F. (2 July 1924), The Loranthaceae of Australia. Part v. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 49(2) : 79-96 (Paper) Blakely, W.F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Elytranthe signata (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Engl.
  2. Loranthaceae Juss.
  3. Loranthus amplexans Tiegh. ex Blakely
  4. Loranthus benthami Blakely
  5. Loranthus benthamii Blakely
  6. Loranthus biangulatus W.Fitzg.
  7. Loranthus britteni Blakely
  8. Loranthus brittenii Blakely
  9. Loranthus canus F.Muell.
  10. Loranthus fitzgeraldii Blakely
  11. Loranthus grandibracteus F.Muell.
  12. Loranthus hilliana Blakely
  13. Loranthus hillianus Blakely
  14. Loranthus insularum A.Gray
  15. Loranthus lucasi Blakely
  16. Loranthus lucasii Blakely
  17. Loranthus maideni Blakely
  18. Loranthus maidenii Blakely
  19. Loranthus nestor S.Moore
  20. Loranthus nutans A.Cunn. ex Hook.
  21. Loranthus pendulus var. amplexifolius Benth.
  22. Loranthus pendulus var. canescens F.Muell. & Tate
  23. Loranthus pruinosus A.Cunn. ex Ettingsh.
  24. Loranthus quandang Lindl.
  25. Loranthus quandang var. amplexifolius Benth.
  26. Loranthus quandang var. bancroftii F.M.Bailey
  27. Loranthus sect. Neotreubella Blakely
  28. Loranthus signatus F.Muell. ex Benth.
  29. Loranthus signatus var. amplexans F.Muell. ex Blakely
  30. Loranthus signatus var. angustatus F.Muell. ex Blakely
  31. Treubella signata (Benth.) Tiegh.

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