Other ShrubPomaderris discolor

Eastern Pomaderris at Wallaga Lake, NSW

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Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016
Pomaderris discolor at Wallaga Lake, NSW - 6 Oct 2016

Identification history

Other Shrub Pomaderris discolor 12 May 2017 JackieMilesBulk Reporter - JackieMiles has reported over 100 sightings! Confirmed
Other Shrub Pomaderris discolor 7 Oct 2016 JackieMilesBulk Reporter - JackieMiles has reported over 100 sightings! Suggested

3 comments

   7 Oct 2016
Is this the one you are sending up to Sydney? Betty
   7 Oct 2016
I have pressed some I'd collected from Widgeram Rd in Bournda, which is the same as what Steve put up, plus I've pressed this one from Bermi as well, so I'll send them both off eventually.
   12 May 2017
Sydney RBG has confirmed that this is Pomaderris discolor.

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Nearby sightings

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  • Coordinates 150.057557-36.394273

Sighting information

  • Pomaderris discolor Scientific name
  • Eastern Pomaderris Common name
  • Wallaga Lake, NSW Location
  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • JackieMiles Recorded by
  • 6 Oct 2016 Recorded on
  • Website Reported via
  • Notes:
    I'm pretty sure this is Pom discolor. It has the recurved leaf margin and sparse stellate and simple hairs on the fruits that the Flora says it should. The main thing it could be confused with is Pom bodalla, with the split in the key being white vs silvery leaf reverse (and I've never got that!), as they both have fine white stellate hairs underneath with sparse long simple hairs on the midrib. However, Pom bodalla should have 4-6 pairs of secondary veins & my thing clearly has at least 7 on one of the leaves. The thing of Steve's you thought might be discolor Betty, is a lot hairier than this. This spot near Bermi is the only place I have seen it.

Sensitivity key

  • Highly sensitive
  • Sensitive
  • Not sensitive

Conservation key

  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Rare Native
  • Local Native
  • Non-local Native
  • Exotic
  • Noxious Pest
  • Locally Extinct

Pomaderris discolor locations

Pomaderris discolor has been recorded at:

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