Other ShrubRubus anglocandicans

Blackberry at Brogo, NSW

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Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016
Rubus anglocandicans at Brogo, NSW - 11 Dec 2016

Identification history

Other Shrub Rubus anglocandicans 28 Dec 2016 JackieMilesBulk Reporter - JackieMiles has reported over 100 sightings! Confirmed
Other Shrub Rubus anglocandicans 28 Dec 2016 JackieMilesBulk Reporter - JackieMiles has reported over 100 sightings! Suggested
Other Shrub Rubus fruticosus 28 Dec 2016 MaxCampbellUltra Reporter - MaxCampbell has reported over 500 sightings! Suggested

2 comments

   28 Dec 2016
Jackie, I'll leave it to you to change the name to whichever species you think fits best. IDing with the plant in your hand is much easier than from a photo. Betty
   29 Dec 2016
Hi Betty, checked the glandular hairs thing (admittedly not on the same plant as we photographed, but I'm pretty sure they are all the same round here) and found sessile red glands dotted on the stems within the inflorescence, but not long stalked glandular hairs, which means it keys straight to anglocandicans. I'll add this to the species list. Also I noticed the younger buds have a tinge of pink, which fits this species too.

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Nearby sightings

No sightings found.

  • Coordinates 149.775302-36.582004

Sighting information

  • Rubus anglocandicans Scientific name
  • Blackberry Common name
  • Brogo, NSW Location
  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • MaxCampbell Recorded by
  • 11 Dec 2016 Recorded on
  • Website Reported via
  • Notes:
    Hi Betty, This is our local blackberry, which I think is anglocandicans assuming it has no glandular hairs, not leucostachys. I think it is the same as the one Steve photographed at Nadgee, though his petals were a tad more crumpled. We'll go back later and check for the hairs. Jackie

Sensitivity key

  • Highly sensitive
  • Sensitive
  • Not sensitive

Conservation key

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

Rubus anglocandicans locations

Rubus anglocandicans has been recorded at:

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