Vascular Plants

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Pedley, L. in Bostock, P.D. & Holland, A.E. (ed.) (8 December 2010), Mimosaceae. Census of the Queensland Flora 2010 (Section) Pedley, L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia adunca A.Cunn. ex G.Don x Acacia neriifolia A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  2. Acacia aneura var. conifera Randell
  3. Acacia aneura F.Muell. ex Benth. x Acacia paraneura Randell
  4. Acacia aulacocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth. x Acacia celsa Tindale
  5. Acacia aulacocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth. x Acacia crassicarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  6. Acacia aulacocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth. x Acacia disparrima M.W.McDonald & Maslin
  7. Acacia baileyana F.Muell. x Acacia decurrens Willd.
  8. Acacia baileyana F.Muell. x Acacia leucoclada Tindale
  9. Acacia bancroftiorum Maiden x Acacia falciformis DC.
  10. Acacia cambagei R.T.Baker x Acacia tephrina Pedley
  11. Acacia cowleana Tate x Acacia elachantha Maslin & M.W.McDonald
  12. Acacia cowleana Tate x Acacia hammondii Maiden
  13. Acacia cretata Pedley x Acacia fodinalis Pedley
  14. Acacia deanei (R.T.Baker) M.B.Welch, Coombs & McGlynn x ?
  15. Acacia deanei (R.T.Baker) M.B.Welch, Coombs & McGlynn x Acacia glaucocarpa Maiden & Blakely
  16. Acacia jucunda Maiden & Blakely x Acacia pustula Maiden & Blakely
  17. Acacia julifera Benth. x Acacia torulosa Benth.
  18. Acacia leptocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth. x Acacia polystachya A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  19. Acacia mangium Willd. x Acacia polystachya A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  20. Acacia monticola J.M.Black x Acacia phlebocarpa F.Muell.
  21. Acacia nesophila Pedley x Acacia polystachya A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  22. Acacia nesophila Pedley x Acacia spirorbis Labill.
  23. Acacia rhodoxylon Maiden x Acacia shirleyi Maiden
  24. Acacia sp. (Ambathala C.Sandercoe 624)
  25. Acacia sp. (Biloela T.Shepard A32)
  26. Acacia sp. (Blackall D.Orr DO1)
  27. Acacia sp. (Boyd Creek A.R.Bean 19248)
  28. Acacia sp. (Bulburin W.J.McDonald 3208)
  29. Acacia sp. (Canoona S.T.Blake 15321)
  30. Acacia sp. (Castletower N.Gibson TOI345)
  31. Acacia sp. (Charters Towers E.J.Thompson+ 347)
  32. Acacia sp. (Comet L.Pedley 4091)
  33. Acacia sp. (Coolullah M.Lazarides 3988)
  34. Acacia sp. (Fermoy Road I.V.Newman 487)
  35. Acacia sp. (Gayndah P.I.Forster+ PIF24863)
  36. Acacia sp. (Hervey Range G.Cocks AQ398930)
  37. Acacia sp. (Iron Range D.G.Fell DF2327)
  38. Acacia sp. (Jericho G.R.Beeston 1065C)
  39. Acacia sp. (Mekunga Creek J.R.Clarkson 4373)
  40. Acacia sp. (Mt Beaufort E.J.Thompson+ JER164)
  41. Acacia sp. (Nantglyn P.I.Forster+ PIF5741)
  42. Acacia sp. (Pine Islet H.Heatwole AQ6370)
  43. Acacia sp. (Richards Creek J.R.Clarkson 5249)
  44. Acacia sp. (Ronlow Park E.J.Thompson+ 61)
  45. Acacia sp. (Ruined Castle Creek P.I.Forster+ PIF17848)
  46. Acacia sp. (The Springs V.J.Hansen AQ408159)
  47. Acacia sp. (Urandangie L.Pedley 2025)
  48. Albizia sp. (South Percy Island G.N.Batianoff+ 11444)
  49. Albizia sp. (Windsor Tableland B.Gray 2181)
  50. Prosopis glandulosa Torr. x Prosopis velutina Wooton

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