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Poaceae Barnhart
Bull.Torrey Bot.Club 22:7 (1895)
Ammophila Host
Icon.Descr.Gram.Austriac. 4:24, Tab.41 (1809)
Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link subsp. arenaria
Amphibromus Nees
London J.Bot. 2:420 (1843)
Amphibromus macrorhinus S.W.L.Jacobs & Lapinpuro
Telopea 2:723 (1986)
Amphibromus neesii Steud.
Swamp Wallaby Grass; Syn.Pl.Glumac. 1:328 (1854)
Amphibromus nervosus (Hook.f.) Baill.
Hist.Pl. 12:203 (1893)
Amphibromus vickeryae S.W.L.Jacobs & Lapinpuro
Telopea 2:725 (1986)
Amphipogon R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 175 (1810)
Amphipogon amphipogonoides (Steud.) Vickery
Contr.New South Wales Natl.Herb. 1:286-287 (1950)
Amphipogon avenaceus R.Br.
Prodr. 175 (1810)
Amphipogon caricinus F.Muell.
Long Greybeard Grass; Linnaea 25:445 (1853)
Amphipogon caricinus F.Muell. var. caricinus
Amphipogon caricinus var. sericeus Vickery
Contr.New South Wales Natl.Herb. 1:290 (1950)
Amphipogon debilis R.Br.
Prodr. 175 (1810)
Amphipogon debilis R.Br. var. debilis
Amphipogon debilis var. fallax Domin
J.Linn.Soc.,Bot. 41:275 (1912)
Amphipogon laguroides R.Br.
Prodr. 175 (1810)
Amphipogon laguroides subsp. havelii T.Macfarlane
Fl.Australia 43:374-375 (2002)
Amphipogon laguroides R.Br. subsp. laguroides
Amphipogon sericeus (Vickery) T.Macfarlane
Fl.Austral. 43:375 (2002)
Amphipogon setaceus (R.Br.) T.Macfarlane
Fl.Australia 43:374 (2002)

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