Vascular Plants

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Bennett, E.M. in Marchant, N.G., Wheeler, J.R., Rye, B.L., Bennett, E.M., Lander, N.S. & Macfarlane, T.D. (1987), Polygonaceae. Flora of the Perth Region 1 : 111-117 (Section) Bennett, E.M. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Bladder Dock
  2. Broadleaf Dock
  3. Climbing Lignum
  4. Clustered Dock
  5. Curled Dock
  6. Doublegee
  7. Emex Neck. ex Campd.
  8. Emex australis Steinh.
  9. Fiddle Dock
  10. Muehlenbeckia Meisn.
  11. Muehlenbeckia adpressa (Labill.) Meisn.
  12. Muehlenbeckia polybotrya Meisn.
  13. Polygonaceae Juss.
  14. Rambling Dock
  15. Ruby Dock
  16. Rumex L.
  17. Rumex acetosella L.
  18. Rumex brownii Campd.
  19. Rumex conglomeratus Murray
  20. Rumex crispus L.
  21. Rumex drummondii Meisn.
  22. Rumex obtusifolius L.
  23. Rumex pulcher L.
  24. Rumex pulcher subsp. divaricatus (L.) Murb.
  25. Rumex roseus L.
  26. Rumex sagittatus Thunb.
  27. Rumex vesicarius L.
  28. Sorrel
  29. Swamp Dock
  30. Threecornered Jack
  31. Turkey Rhubarb

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