Viola improcera

Dwarf Violet at Namadgi National Park

Viola improcera at Namadgi National Park - 5 Dec 2023
Viola improcera at Namadgi National Park - 5 Dec 2023
Viola improcera at Namadgi National Park - 5 Dec 2023
Viola improcera at Namadgi National Park - 5 Dec 2023
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Viola improcera 5 Dec 2023 Tapirlord
Viola improcera 5 Dec 2023 BethanyDunne

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Significant sighting

Tapirlord noted:

5 Dec 2023

Nationally endangered though known from this area, all records that help us understand the post fire response of this species are of interest.

User's notes

Large population growing on granite outcrop. At least 100 plants.


Tapirlord wrote:
   5 Dec 2023
Had you been here last year you would have found thousands. I haven't checked most of my sites yet, but those I have found are in very low numbers compared to the last two seasons. I imagine that disturbance benefits this one.
BethanyDunne wrote:
   5 Dec 2023
To be honest there probably were way more than 100
gregbaines wrote:
   6 Dec 2023
Interesting to hear your observations. I visited this site around 2008 and there were a handful of plants in the general area and in 2009 I don't think we found any.

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  • True In flower

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  • Viola improcera Scientific name
  • Dwarf Violet Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Very rare / threatened
  • Non-Invasive
  • Up to 1782.36m Recorded at altitude
  • Machine learning
  • In flower
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