Tolpis barbata

Yellow Hawkweed at Symonston, ACT

Tolpis barbata at Symonston, ACT - 6 Feb 2015
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Tolpis barbata 6 Feb 2015 MichaelMulvaney
Tolpis barbata 6 Feb 2015 galah681

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Sighting information

  • 1 - 3 Abundance
  • 6 Feb 2015 10:11 AM Recorded on
  • galah681 Recorded by

Additional information

  • True In flower

Species information

  • Tolpis barbata Scientific name
  • Yellow Hawkweed Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Minor Weed or Pest
  • Up to 906.78m Recorded at altitude
  • 163 images trained Machine learning
  • In flower
  • External link More information
  • Synonyms

    Tolpis umbellata

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