Vascular Plants

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Stanley, T.D. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1984), Dilleniaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 1 (Section) Stanley, T.D. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Adrastaea salicifolia DC.
  2. Dillenia scandens Willd.
  3. Dilleniaceae Salisb.
  4. Guinea Flowers
  5. Hibbertia Andrews
  6. Hibbertia acicularis (Labill.) F.Muell.
  7. Hibbertia aspera DC.
  8. Hibbertia cistoidea (Hook.) C.T.White
  9. Hibbertia dentata R.Br. ex DC.
  10. Hibbertia diffusa R.Br. ex DC.
  11. Hibbertia elata Maiden & Betche
  12. Hibbertia fasciculata R.Br. ex DC.
  13. Hibbertia hexandra C.T.White
  14. Hibbertia linearis R.Br. ex DC.
  15. Hibbertia linearis var. obtusifolia (DC.) A.Gray
  16. Hibbertia monticola Stanley
  17. Hibbertia obtusifolia DC.
  18. Hibbertia pedunculata R.Br. ex DC.
  19. Hibbertia salicifolia (DC.) F.Muell.
  20. Hibbertia scandens (Willd.) Gilg
  21. Hibbertia scandens var. oxyphylla Domin
  22. Hibbertia sericea (R.Br. ex DC.) Benth.
  23. Hibbertia stricta (DC.) R.Br. ex F.Muell.
  24. Hibbertia stricta var. canescens Benth.
  25. Hibbertia stricta var. hirtiflora Benth.
  26. Hibbertia vestita A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  27. Hibbertia volubilis Andrews
  28. Pleurandra acicularis Labill.
  29. Pleurandra cistoidea Hook.
  30. Pleurandra sericea R.Br. ex DC.
  31. Pleurandra stricta DC.

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