Vascular Plants

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Ross, E.M. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1984), Loranthaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 1 : 72-79, 82 (Section) Ross, E.M. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Amyema Tiegh.
  2. Amyema bifurcata (Benth.) Tiegh.
  3. Amyema biniflora Barlow
  4. Amyema cambagei (Blakely) Danser
  5. Amyema congener (Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Tiegh.
  6. Amyema congener (Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Tiegh. subsp. congener
  7. Amyema congener subsp. rotundifolia Barlow
  8. Amyema conspicua (F.M.Bailey) Danser
  9. Amyema gaudichaudii (DC.) Tiegh.
  10. Amyema linophylla (Fenzl) Tiegh.
  11. Amyema lucasii (Blakely) Danser
  12. Amyema mackayensis (Blakely) Danser
  13. Amyema maidenii (Blakely) Barlow
  14. Amyema miquelii (Lehm. ex Miq.) Tiegh.
  15. Amyema miraculosa subsp. boormanii (Blakely) Barlow
  16. Amyema pendula (Sieber ex Spreng.) Tiegh.
  17. Amyema pendula subsp. longifolia (Hook.) Barlow
  18. Amyema pendula (Sieber ex Spreng.) Tiegh. subsp. pendula
  19. Amyema quandang (Lindl.) Tiegh.
  20. Amyema quandang var. bancroftii (F.M.Bailey) Barlow
  21. Amyema quandang (Lindl.) Tiegh. var. quandang
  22. Amylotheca Tiegh.
  23. Amylotheca dictyophleba (F.Muell.) Tiegh.
  24. Benthamina Tiegh.
  25. Benthamina alyxifolia (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Tiegh.
  26. Dendrophthoe Mart.
  27. Dendrophthoe glabrescens (Blakely) Barlow
  28. Dendrophthoe vitellina (F.Muell.) Tiegh.
  29. Diplatia Tiegh.
  30. Diplatia furcata Barlow
  31. Diplatia maidenii (Blakely) Danser
  32. Loranthaceae Juss.
  33. Loranthus alyxifolius F.Muell. ex Benth.
  34. Loranthus bidwillii Benth.
  35. Loranthus bifurcatus Benth.
  36. Loranthus bifurcatus var. queenslandicus Domin
  37. Loranthus cambagei Blakely
  38. Loranthus celastroides Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.
  39. Loranthus congener Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.
  40. Loranthus conspicuus F.M.Bailey
  41. Loranthus dictyophlebus F.Muell.
  42. Loranthus eucalyptoides DC.
  43. Loranthus exocarpi Behr
  44. Loranthus exocarpi var. subfalcatus (Hook.) Domin
  45. Loranthus exocarpi var. tenuis Blakely
  46. Loranthus exocarpi var. venulosus Blakely
  47. Loranthus gaudichaudii DC.
  48. Loranthus linophyllus Fenzl
  49. Loranthus longiflorus var. savannorus Domin
  50. Loranthus lucasii Blakely
  51. Loranthus mackayensis Blakely
  52. Loranthus maidenii Blakely
  53. Loranthus miquelii Lehm. ex Miq.
  54. Loranthus miraculosus var. boormanii Blakely
  55. Loranthus myrtifolius A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  56. Loranthus pendulus Sieber ex Spreng.
  57. Loranthus quandang Lindl.
  58. Loranthus subfalcatus Hook.
  59. Loranthus vitellinus F.Muell.
  60. Loranthus vitellinus var. glabrescens Blakely
  61. Lysiana Tiegh.
  62. Lysiana exocarpi (Behr) Tiegh.
  63. Lysiana exocarpi (Behr) Tiegh. subsp. exocarpi
  64. Lysiana exocarpi subsp. tenuis (Blakely) Barlow
  65. Lysiana subfalcata (Hook.) Barlow
  66. Mistletoe
  67. Muellerina Tiegh.
  68. Muellerina bidwillii (Benth.) Barlow
  69. Muellerina celastroides (Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.) Tiegh.
  70. Muellerina eucalyptoides (DC.) Barlow
  71. Muellerina myrtifolia (A.Cunn. ex Benth.) Barlow

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