Vascular Plants

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Stanley, T.D. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1989), Juncaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 3 : 69-74 (Section) Stanley, T.D. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Branching Rush
  2. Broad Leaved Rush
  3. Common Rush
  4. Finger Rush
  5. Jointed Rush
  6. Juncaceae Juss.
  7. Juncus L.
  8. Juncus aridicola L.A.S.Johnson
  9. Juncus articulatus L.
  10. Juncus bufonius L.
  11. Juncus cognatus Kunth
  12. Juncus continuus L.A.S.Johnson
  13. Juncus flavidus L.A.S.Johnson
  14. Juncus fockei Buchenau
  15. Juncus homalocaulis F.Muell. ex Benth.
  16. Juncus kraussii Hochst.
  17. Juncus maritimus var. australiensis Buchenau
  18. Juncus planifolius R.Br.
  19. Juncus polyanthemus Buchenau
  20. Juncus prismatocarpus R.Br.
  21. Juncus subsecundus N.A.Wakef.
  22. Juncus usitatus L.A.S.Johnson
  23. Luzula DC.
  24. Luzula campestris var. flaccida Buchenau
  25. Luzula flaccida (Buchenau) Edgar
  26. Luzula meridionalis var. flaccida (Buchenau) H.Nordensk.
  27. Sea Rush
  28. Toad Rush
  29. Tussock Rush
  30. Wiry Rush

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