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Scaevola ramosissima
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This page links to documents related to the plant species Scaevola ramosissima commonly known as Purple Fan-flower or Snake Flower.
Colour drawing of a thin-stemmed plant with long leaves and dark red flowers.
Goodenia ramosissima (now Scaevola ramosissima), as figured in A specimen of the botany of New Holland (1793), in which the species was first described.



  • Cavanilles, Antonio José (1800), Anales de Historia Natural
    • Scaevola hispida (now a synonym of Scaevola ramosissima) described on page 99.


  • Cavanilles, Antonio José (1800), Icones et Descriptiones Plantarum 6
    • Scaevola hispida (now a synonym of Scaevola ramosissima) figured in plate 510.


  • de Vriese, Willem Hendrik (1850) Nederlandsch Kruidkundig Archief 2
    • Scaevola hispida (now a synonym of Scaevola ramosissima) transferred into Merkusia as Merkusia hispida on page 162.


  • von Mueller, Ferdinand (1859) Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 1(5)
    • Scaevola apterantha (now a synonym of Scaevola ramosissima) published on page 121


  • Kuntze, Otto (1891) Revisio Generum Plantarum 2
    • Scaevola hispida and Scaevola apterantha (both now synonyms of Scaevola ramosissima) transferred into Lobelia as Lobelia hispida and Lobelia apterantha respectively, on page 378.


  • Krause, Kurt in Engler, Heinrich Gustav Adolf (1912), Das Pflanzenreich 54
    • Goodenia ramosissima transferred into Scaevola as Scaevola ramosissima on page 141.
    • Scaevola apterantha (now a synonym of Scaevola ramosissima) demoted to a variety of S. ramosissima on page 142.