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Coronidium oxylepis subsp. lanatum at Craigie, NSW - 27 Oct 2019

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Bundian Way Craigie to Delegate

3 comments

   27 Oct 2019
My initial thought was Coronidium scorpioides, but the bracts surrounding the flower heads in that are transversely wrinkled, which they are not in this photo. The leaves in the photo may belong to the daisy, but only the immature flower head on the left has a visible stem. The mature flower head on the right appears to have a long flower stalk that goes past the right hand edge of the photo.
The Coronidium group of species with yellow flower heads are extremely difficult to ID from photos at the best of times and need really good photos as well as field notes about eg whether the leaves are rough or smooth before there is a chance of an ID.
RWPurdie wrote:
   8 Nov 2019
It looks like Coronidium oxylepis subsp. lanatum; it's got a wide distribution
BlackFlat wrote:
   8 Nov 2019
I can take a better photo next week.
Toni

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Location information

  • Coordinates 149.015458-37.061900
  • Altitude 864.4m
  • Places Craigie, NSW

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 - 3 Abundance
  • 27 Oct 2019 Recorded on
  • BlackFlat Recorded by

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