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Terms: Genus: platysace

Apiaceae Lindl.
Intr.Nat.Syst.Bot. Ed. 2, 21 (1836)
Platysace Bunge
Pl.Preiss. 1(4):285 (1845)
Platysace anceps (DC.) C.Norman
Platysace cirrosa Bunge
Karna; Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 1:285-286 (1845)
Platysace commutata (Turcz.) C.Norman
J. Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace compressa (Labill.) C.Norman
Tapeworm Plant; J. Bot. 77:209 (1939)
Platysace deflexa (Turcz.) C.Norman
J. Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace dissecta (Benth.) C.Norman
Dissected Platysace; J. Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace eatoniae (F.Muell.) C.Norman
J.Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace effusa (Turcz.) C.Norman
J.Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace filiformis (Bunge) C.Norman
J. Bot. 77:209 (1939)
Platysace flexuosa Turcz.
Platysace haplosciadea
Platysace haplosciadia (Benth.) C.Norman
J.Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace juncea (Bunge) C.Norman
J. Bot. 77:209 (1939)
Platysace kochii (E.Pritz.) L.A.S.Johnson
Contr.New South Wales Natl.Herb. 3:101 (1962)
Platysace maxwellii (F.Muell.) C.Norman
Karno; J. Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace pendula (Benth.) C.Norman
J. Bot. 77:209 (1939)
Platysace ramosissima (Benth.) C.Norman
J.Bot. 77:210 (1939)
Platysace rupestris H.Eichler ms
Platysace saxatilis Keighery
Nordic J.Bot. 16:135-137 (1996)

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