Vascular Plants

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Wilson, Paul G. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2013), Crowea. Flora of Australia 26 (Section) Wilson, Paul G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Crowea Sm.
  2. Crowea angustifolia Sm.
  3. Crowea angustifolia Turcz.
  4. Crowea angustifolia Sm. var. angustifolia
  5. Crowea angustifolia var. dentata (R.Br. ex Benth.) Paul G.Wilson
  6. Crowea angustifolia var. platyphylla Benth.
  7. Crowea dentata R.Br. ex Benth.
  8. Crowea exalata F.Muell.
  9. Crowea exalata F.Muell. subsp. exalata
  10. Crowea exalata subsp. magnifolia Gebert
  11. Crowea exalata subsp. obcordata Gebert
  12. Crowea exalata subsp. revoluta Paul G.Wilson
  13. Crowea latifolia Lodd. ex G.Don
  14. Crowea macrantha Hérincq
  15. Crowea saligna Andrews
  16. Crowea saligna var. macrantha Bois
  17. Crowea saligna var. major Anon.
  18. Crowea saligna var. stricta Anon.
  19. Eriostemon crowei F.Muell.
  20. Eriostemon crowei var. exalata (F.Muell.) Maiden & Betche
  21. Eriostemon salignus (Andrews) Baill.
  22. Eriostemon turczaninowii F.Muell.

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