Vascular Plants

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Batchelor, K.L. & Scott, J.K. (2006), Review of the current taxonomic status and authorship for Asparagus weeds in Australia. Plant Protection Quarterly 21(3) : 128-130 (Paper) Batchelor, K.L. & Scott, J.K. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Asparagus aethiopicus L.
  2. Asparagus africanus Lam.
  3. Asparagus asparagoides (L.) W.Wight
  4. Asparagus crispus Lam.
  5. Asparagus declinatus L.
  6. Asparagus densiflorus (Kunth) Jessop
  7. Asparagus falcatus L.
  8. Asparagus fern
  9. Asparagus medeoloides (L.f.) Thunb.
  10. Asparagus officinalis L.
  11. Asparagus plumosus Baker
  12. Asparagus scandens Thunb.
  13. Asparagus setaceus (Kunth) Jessop
  14. Asparagus sprengeri Regel
  15. Asparagus virgatus Baker
  16. Bridal creeper
  17. Bridal veil
  18. Climbing asparagus fern
  19. Dracaena medeoloides L.f.
  20. Elachanthera sewelliae F.Muell.
  21. Luzuriaga sewelliae (F.Muell.) K.Krause
  22. Medeola asparagoides L.
  23. Myrsiphyllum asparagoides (L.) Willd.
  24. Myrsiphyllum declinatum (L.) Oberm.
  25. Myrsiphyllum scandens (Thunb.) Oberm.
  26. Protasparagus aethiopicus (L.) Oberm.
  27. Protasparagus africanus (Lam.) Oberm.
  28. Protasparagus plumosus (Baker) Oberm.
  29. Protasparagus virgatus (Baker) Oberm.
  30. Sprengers fern
  31. asparagus fern
  32. bridal creeper
  33. bridal veil creeper
  34. climbing asparagus fern
  35. ferny asparagus
  36. florist's smilax
  37. smilax

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