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Pomaderris sp.

Bungonia, NSW

Pomaderris sp. at Bungonia, NSW - 18 Apr 2018
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Identification history

Pomaderris sp. 30 Sep 2018 MichaelMulvaney
Unidentified 24 Jul 2018 natureguy

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4 comments

alex_watt wrote:
   24 Jul 2018
My first thought is hempbush, but possibly something else.
rainer wrote:
   10 Aug 2018
Hempbush, Gynatrix pulchella, doesn’t have those rusty hairs and has finely crenate leaves. See http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/NSWfl.pl?page=nswfl&lvl=sp&name=Gynatrix~pulchella
rainer wrote:
   10 Aug 2018
Not gynatrix, try family Rhamnaceae?
   10 Sep 2018
Possibly Pomaderris, as Rainer suggested. Wait till it flowers, and then create a second sighting, with the copied and pasted URL of this one in the Comments field, to provide a timeline.

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Austrorhytida capillacea (Common Southern Carnivorous Snail) at Bungonia, NSW - 15 May 2023 by trevorpreston
Urtica incisa (Stinging Nettle) at Bungonia, NSW - 15 May 2023 by trevorpreston
Correa reflexa var. reflexa (Common Correa, Native Fuchsia) at Bungonia, NSW - 15 May 2023 by trevorpreston
Astroloma humifusum (Cranberry Heath) at Bungonia, NSW - 15 May 2023 by trevorpreston
Zosterops lateralis (Silvereye) at Bungonia, NSW - 5 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Cormobates leucophaea (White-throated Treecreeper) at Bungonia, NSW - 5 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Eopsaltria australis (Eastern Yellow Robin) at Bungonia, NSW - 5 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Eopsaltria australis (Eastern Yellow Robin) at Bungonia, NSW - 5 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Malurus cyaneus (Superb Fairywren) at Bungonia, NSW - 4 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Colluricincla harmonica (Grey Shrikethrush) at Bungonia, NSW - 4 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Passiflora cinnabarina (Red Passionflower) at Bungonia, NSW - 4 Jan 2023 by Rixon
Amyema congener (A Mistletoe) at Bungonia, NSW - 17 Apr 2018 by natureguy
Wahlenbergia sp. (Bluebell) at Bungonia, NSW - 17 Apr 2018 by natureguy
Westringia eremicola (Slender Western Rosemary) at Bungonia, NSW - 17 Apr 2018 by natureguy

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Species information

  • Pomaderris sp. Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 18 Apr 2018 09:33 AM Recorded on
  • natureguy Recorded by

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  • 30cm to 1 metre Plant height

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