|Centaurea melitensis||8 Dec 2017||MichaelMulvaney|
|Centaurea solstitialis||7 Dec 2017||BettyDonWood|
|Centaurea melitensis||25 Jan 2016||michaelb|
|Unidentified||25 Jan 2016||michaelb|
According to records held within the Atlas of Living Australia, which includes all herbarium records, this plant has not been recorded in the ACT since 1956, 60 years ago. Michael Mulvaney suspects it is one that climate change may favour in the ACT given that it is pretty common on the south-west slopes. He thinks it is worth raising awareness of it, since it is similar to the Saffron Thistle and might be overlooked.