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PeaDesmodium brachypodum   

Large tick-trefoil at Mount Ainslie

Desmodium brachypodum at Mount Ainslie - 7 Jan 2019

Identification history

Pea Desmodium brachypodum 7 Jan 2019 SilkeSma
Pea Desmodium brachypodum 7 Jan 2019 SilkeSma

2 comments

SilkeSma wrote:
   7 Jan 2019
There was just one plant in 2014. I have put some woody debris around the plant to protect it from grazing animals. It has produced offspring and the patch now has approx 10 plants.
   7 Jan 2019
Well done Silke - it is very susceptible to over-grazing

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Nearby Sightings

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Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. australis at Mount Ainslie - 25 Nov 2016 Acacia ulicifolia at Mount Ainslie - 12 Aug 2016 Acaena x ovina at Mount Ainslie - 27 Nov 2015 Acacia ulicifolia at Mount Ainslie - 6 May 2015 Acacia vestita at Mount Ainslie - 22 Mar 2015 Hypericum gramineum at Mount Ainslie - 27 Oct 2014 Desmodium brachypodum at Mount Ainslie - 27 Oct 2014
Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. australis at Mount Ainslie - 25 Nov 2016
Acacia ulicifolia at Mount Ainslie - 12 Aug 2016
Acaena x ovina at Mount Ainslie - 27 Nov 2015
Acacia ulicifolia at Mount Ainslie - 6 May 2015
Acacia vestita at Mount Ainslie - 22 Mar 2015
Hypericum gramineum at Mount Ainslie - 27 Oct 2014
Desmodium brachypodum at Mount Ainslie - 27 Oct 2014

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 7 Jan 2019 8:38 AM Recorded on
  • SilkeSma Recorded by
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