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Coronidium fulvidum Paul G.Wilson
Endemic to the ranges around Herberton in  North Queensland behind Cairns. It is described in the article cited  below. These plants were growing with Coronidium rupicola and Coronidium newcastlianum.

  Coronidium fulvidum Coronidium  fulvidum
 
  Description:Flower showing brown papery bracts Description:Flower
  Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E
  Date of photo:9 August 2015 Date of photo:9 August 2015
  Field No.: 3248 Field No.: 3248
     
  Coronidium fulvidum Coronidium  fulvidum
 
  Description:Leaf - anterior surface Description:Leaf - posterior surface
  Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E
  Date of photo:9 August 2015 Date of photo:9 August 2015
  Field No.: 3248 Field No.: 3248
     
  Coronidium fulvidum Coronidium  fulvidum
 
  Description:Plant in habitat Description:Bud
  Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4608S 145˚25.2024E
  Date of photo:9 August 2015 Date of photo:9 August 2015
  Field No.: 3248 Field No.: 3248
     
 

Reference (accessed 13 September 2017):

Wilson, Paul G., (2008) Coronidium, a new Australian genus in the Gnaphalieae (Asteraceae). Nuytsia. 18:295-329

 


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Coronidium fulvidum