Vascular Plants

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Wilson, Paul G. in Eichler, Hj. (1965), Gnaphalium. Supplement to J.M.Black's Flora of South Australia (Second Edition, 1943-1957) : 311-316 (Paper) Wilson, Paul G. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Euchiton collinus Cass.
  2. Euchiton forsteri Cass.
  3. Euchiton pulchellus Cass.
  4. Gnaphalium L.
  5. Gnaphalium calviceps Fernald
  6. Gnaphalium candidissimum Lam.
  7. Gnaphalium cephaloideum Willd.
  8. Gnaphalium collinum Labill.
  9. Gnaphalium collinum var. billardierei Hook.f.
  10. Gnaphalium collinum var. billardieri Paul G.Wilson
  11. Gnaphalium collinum var. gunnii Hook.f.
  12. Gnaphalium diamantinense Paul G.Wilson
  13. Gnaphalium diamantinensis Paul G.Wilson
  14. Gnaphalium gymnocephalum DC.
  15. Gnaphalium indicum L.
  16. Gnaphalium indutum Hook.f.
  17. Gnaphalium involucratum G.Forst.
  18. Gnaphalium japonicum Thunb.
  19. Gnaphalium japonicum var. collinum (Labill.) Maiden & Betche
  20. Gnaphalium luteoalbum L.
  21. Gnaphalium pensylvanicum Willd.
  22. Gnaphalium peregrinum Fernald
  23. Gnaphalium purpureum L.
  24. Gnaphalium spathulatum Lam.

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