Vascular Plants

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Hartley, T.G. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2013), Medicosma. Flora of Australia 26 : 88-94 (Section) Hartley, T.G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acronychia cunninghami Hook.
  2. Acronychia cunninghamii Hook.
  3. Bonewood
  4. Coombea riparia P.Royen
  5. Euodia cunninghamii (Hook.) F.Muell.
  6. Euodia fareana F.Muell.
  7. Medicosma Hook.f.
  8. Medicosma cunninghamii (Hook.) Benth. & Hook.f.
  9. Medicosma elliptica T.G.Hartley
  10. Medicosma fareana (F.Muell.) T.G.Hartley
  11. Medicosma forsteri T.G.Hartley
  12. Medicosma glandulosa T.G.Hartley
  13. Medicosma heterophylla T.G.Hartley
  14. Medicosma mulgraveana T.G.Hartley
  15. Medicosma obovata T.G.Hartley
  16. Medicosma riparia (P.Royen) T.G.Hartley
  17. Medicosma sessiliflora (C.T.White) T.G.Hartley
  18. Medicosma sp. (East Mulgrave River)
  19. Medicosma sp. (Karnak P.I.Forster+ PIF15541)
  20. Medicosma sp. (Mt Mellum P.I.Forster+ PIF25572)
  21. Melicope fareana (F.Muell.) Engl.
  22. Melicope sessiliflora C.T.White
  23. Pinkheart
  24. White Aspen

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