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Acanthaceae

Pseuderanthemum

目錄

Taiwan

Relatives

Cultivars

Acanthaceae Reference

  1. Barker, R. M. 1986 A taxonomic revision of Australian Acanthaceae J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 9: 1-286
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  1. 許再文、蔣鎮宇、黃朝慶 2016 臺灣2種新歸化植物-蔓枝蘆莉草小蕊珍珠草 台灣生物多樣性研究 18(2):123-130
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Avicennia Reference

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Reference

Web Link

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