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Crassula sieberiana

Austral Stonecrop at Black Flat at Corrowong

Crassula sieberiana at Black Flat at Corrowong - 14 Sep 2020
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Identification history

Crassula sieberiana 20 Sep 2020 MichaelMulvaney
Unidentified 20 Sep 2020 BlackFlat

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   20 Sep 2020
Well having no idea is bit flat and black of you. Australia has only one genus of native Crassulaecae and this genus is it. Other species you may have on your land are Crassula helmsii where the petals are bigger than the sepals and Crassula decumbens where you get side flowering bearing branches as opposed to just being on teh main axis for C. seiberianaa
BlackFlat wrote:
   20 Sep 2020
Thanks Michael its so easy when you know what page to go to in the book. We have this everywhere at the moment along with glycine. Hopefully our system is about to reboot its self. Come visit any time!!!
   20 Sep 2020
I retire in 2 months so that will be a nice time to visit hopefully NSW will no longer be a cover Hotspot
BlackFlat wrote:
   20 Sep 2020
Wow life is about to change again. I hope you enjoy your retirement.

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Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 101 - 1,000 Abundance
  • 14 Sep 2020 12:29 PM Recorded on
  • BlackFlat Recorded by

Additional information

  • Less than 10cm Plant height

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