Vascular Plants

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Loddiges, C., Loddiges, G. & Loddiges, W. (1824), The Botanical Cabinet 9 (Paper) Loddiges, C., Loddiges, G. & Loddiges, W. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia hispidula (Sm.) Willd.
  2. Ash-coloured Grevillea
  3. Aster aculeatus Labill.
  4. Calotis cuneifolia R.Br.
  5. Epacris purpurascens Banks ex Sims var. purpurascens
  6. Epacris purpurascens var. rubra Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  7. Epacris rosea Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  8. Gooseberry-leaved Hibbertia
  9. Grevillea cinerea R.Br.
  10. Grevillea linearis var. alba Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  11. Grevillea sericea Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  12. Hibbertia grossulariifolia (Salisb.) Salisb.
  13. Myoporum parvifolium R.Br.
  14. New Holland Starwort
  15. Red sharp-leaved Epacris
  16. Rose-coloured Epacris
  17. Rough-leaved Acacia
  18. Silky-leaved Grevillea
  19. Small-leaved Myoporum
  20. Smith's Zieria
  21. Spotted Stenochylus
  22. Stenochilus maculatus Ker Gawl.
  23. Wedge-leaved Calotis
  24. White linear-leaved Grevillea
  25. Zieria lanceolata R.Br. ex Sm.

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