Other ShrubPomaderris sp.

Bournda National Park

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Pomaderris sp. at Bournda National Park - 17 Sep 2017
Pomaderris sp. at Bournda National Park - 17 Sep 2017
Pomaderris sp. at Bournda National Park - 17 Sep 2017

Identification history

Insufficient or inconclusive evidence 19 Sep 2017 JackieMilesUltra Reporter - JackieMiles has reported over 500 sightings!

Inconclusive

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Inadequate photo
Other Shrub Pomaderris sp. 17 Sep 2017 BettyDonWoodUltra Reporter - BettyDonWood has reported over 500 sightings!Founding Explorer - BettyDonWood joined us in 2014!
Other Shrub Pomaderris andromedifolia subsp. andromedifolia 17 Sep 2017 AaronClausenFounding Explorer - AaronClausen joined us in 2014!

3 comments

   17 Sep 2017
There are so many species of Pomaderris on the coast that I would not even attempt to ID unless it was in full flower, and were provided with leaf length and width.
   17 Sep 2017
Thanks Betty, I didn't realise. Coming from Canberra I noticed it and thought it could be rare/important! Cheers Aaron.
   17 Sep 2017
I don't think it is even a pomaderris - possibly either Olearia tomentosa or Correa reflexa. Pretty ratty specimen. I'd be thinking about ditching the photo. Both are very common.

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  • Coordinates 149.925400-36.823940
  • Altitude 13.3m

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