Vascular Plants

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Haegi, L., Barker, W.R. & Barker, R.M. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (1999), Appendix: Hakea. Flora of Australia 17B (Section) Haegi, L., Barker, W.R. & Barker, R.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Hakea acuminata Haegi
  2. Hakea anadenia Haegi
  3. Hakea archaeoides W.R.Barker
  4. Hakea arida Diels
  5. Hakea crassinervia Meisn.
  6. Hakea dohertyi Haegi
  7. Hakea eneabba Haegi
  8. Hakea epiglottis Labill. subsp. epiglottis
  9. Hakea epiglottis subsp. milliganii (Meisn.) R.M.Barker
  10. Hakea hastata Haegi
  11. Hakea laevipes subsp. graniticola Haegi
  12. Hakea laevipes Gand. subsp. laevipes
  13. Hakea longifolia A.Cunn. ex F.Muell.
  14. Hakea lorea subsp. borealis W.R.Barker
  15. Hakea lorea (R.Br.) R.Br. subsp. lorea
  16. Hakea maconochieana Haegi
  17. Hakea milliganii Meisn.
  18. Hakea petiolaris subsp. angusta Haegi
  19. Hakea petiolaris Meisn. subsp. petiolaris
  20. Hakea petiolaris subsp. trichophylla Haegi
  21. Hakea recurva subsp. arida (Diels) W.R.Barker & R.M.Barker
  22. Hakea rigida C.A.Gardner ex Haegi
  23. Hakea salicifolia subsp. angustifolia (A.A.Ham.) W.R.Barker
  24. Hakea saligna var. angustifolia A.A.Ham.
  25. Hakea scoparia Meisn. subsp. scoparia
  26. Hakea scoparia subsp. trycherica Haegi
  27. Hakea verrucosa F.Muell.

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