Vascular Plants

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Lindley, J. (September 1840), The Genera and Species of Orchidaceous Plants : 441-528 (Section) Lindley, J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Aetheria oblongifolia Lindl.
  2. Burnettia Lindl.
  3. Burnettia cuneata Lindl.
  4. Calochilus herbaceus Lindl.
  5. Chloidia Lindl.
  6. Cordyla discolor Blume
  7. Diuris carinata Lindl.
  8. Diuris curvifolia Lindl.
  9. Diuris lanceolata Lindl.
  10. Diuris palustris Lindl.
  11. Diuris pardina Lindl.
  12. Georchis cordata Lindl.
  13. Goodyera sect. Rhamphidia Lindl.
  14. Orthoceras solandri Lindl.
  15. Physurus Rich. ex Lindl.
  16. Prasophyllum affine Lindl.
  17. Prasophyllum alpinum R.Br.
  18. Prasophyllum australe R.Br.
  19. Prasophyllum brachystachyum Lindl.
  20. Prasophyllum gracile Lindl.
  21. Prasophyllum lutescens Lindl.
  22. Prasophyllum lutescens var. brevilabre Lindl.
  23. Prasophyllum lutescens Lindl. var. lutescens
  24. Prasophyllum rostratum Lindl.
  25. Prasophyllum truncatum Lindl.
  26. Rophostemon discolor Lindl.
  27. Roptrostemon discolor (Blume) Lindl.
  28. Thelymitra arenaria Lindl.
  29. Thelymitra aristata Lindl.
  30. Thelymitra campanulata Lindl.
  31. Thelymitra iridioides Sieber ex Lindl.
  32. Thelymitra juncifolia Lindl.
  33. Thelymitra nuda var. grandiflora Lindl.
  34. Thelymitra nuda R.Br. var. nuda
  35. Thelymitra versicolor Lindl.
  36. Tropidia curculigoides Lindl.

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