Vascular Plants

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de Kok, R.P.J. (2012), A revision of the genus Gmelina (Lamiaceae). Kew Bulletin 67 : 293-329 (Paper) de Kok, R.P.J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Dalrymple's White Beech
  2. Ephielis simplicifolia Sol. ex Seem.
  3. Gmelina L.
  4. Gmelina arborea Roxb.
  5. Gmelina asiatica L.
  6. Gmelina australis de Kok
  7. Gmelina dalrympleana (F.Muell.) H.J.Lam
  8. Gmelina dalrympleana var. schlechteri (H.J.Lam) Moldenke
  9. Gmelina elliptica Sm.
  10. Gmelina fasciculiflora Benth.
  11. Gmelina hollrungii de Kok
  12. Gmelina leichhardtii (F.Muell.) Benth.
  13. Gmelina macrophylla (R.Br.) Benth.
  14. Gmelina philippensis Cham.
  15. Gmelina schlechteri H.J.Lam
  16. Grey Teak
  17. Long-leaved Gmelina
  18. Native Beech
  19. North Queensland Beech
  20. Queensland Beech
  21. Tectona australis W.Hill
  22. Vitex dalrympleana F.Muell.
  23. Vitex leichhardtii F.Muell.
  24. Vitex leichhardtii var. glabrata Benth.
  25. Vitex leichhardtii var. glabrifolia F.Muell.
  26. Vitex macrophylla R.Br.
  27. White Beech

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