Vascular Plants

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Stanley, T.D. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1989), Hydrocharitaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 3 : 6-11 (Section) Stanley, T.D. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. A Sea Grass
  2. Anacharis densa (Planch.) Vict.
  3. Blyxa Noronha ex Thouars
  4. Blyxa aubertii Rich.
  5. Blyxa aubertii Rich. var. aubertii
  6. Blyxa aubertii var. echinosperma (C.B.Clarke) C.D.K.Cook & Luond
  7. Caulinia ovalis R.Br.
  8. Caulinia spinulosa R.Br.
  9. Damasonium ovalifolium R.Br.
  10. Dense Waterweed
  11. Eelweed
  12. Egeria Planch.
  13. Egeria densa Planch.
  14. Elodea densa (Planch.) Casp.
  15. Frogbit
  16. Halophila Thouars
  17. Halophila decipiens Ostenf.
  18. Halophila ovalis (R.Br.) Hook.f.
  19. Halophila spinulosa (R.Br.) Asch.
  20. Hydrilla Rich.
  21. Hydrilla
  22. Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
  23. Hydrocharis L.
  24. Hydrocharis dubia (Blume) Backer
  25. Hydrocharitaceae Juss.
  26. Hydrotrophus echinospermus C.B.Clarke
  27. Ottelia Pers.
  28. Ottelia alismoides (L.) Pers.
  29. Ottelia ovalifolia (R.Br.) Rich.
  30. Pontederia dubia Blume
  31. Ribbon Weed
  32. Sea Wrack
  33. Serpicula verticillata L.f.
  34. Stratiotes alismoides L.
  35. Swamp Lily
  36. Vallisneria L.
  37. Vallisneria spiralis L.
  38. Water Thyme

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