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Coronidium newcastlianum (Domin) Paul G.Wilson
White Paper Daisy

Endemic to the ranges in North Queensland behind Cairns. This species sometimes has pink bracts when young. It was previously known as Helichrysum newcastlianum.

  Coronidium newcastlianum Coronidium newcastlianum
 
  Description:Flower Description:Flowers
  Location:QEC Line, Mt Baldy, North Queensland Location:QEC Line, Mt Baldy, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚15.358S 145˚21.466E GPS coordinates:17˚15.358S 145˚21.466E
  Date of photo:1 June 2014 Date of photo:1 June 2014
  Field No.: 2512 Field No.: 2512
   
  Coronidium newcastlianum Coronidium newcastlianum
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant
  Location:QEC Line, Mt Baldy, North Queensland Location: Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚15.358S 145˚21.466E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S 145˚25.1988E
  Date of photo:1 June 2014 Date of photo:20 July 2008
  Field No.: 2512 Field No.: U151
     
  Coronidium newcastlianum Coronidium newcastlianum
 
  Description:Plant with pink bracts Description:Flower - side view
  Location: Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:QEC Line, Mt Baldy, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S 145˚25.1988E GPS coordinates:17˚15.358S 145˚21.466E
  Date of photo:20 July 2008 Date of photo:1 June 2014
  Field No.: U151 Field No.: 2512
     
 

References (accessed 13 September 2017):

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

Beasley J (2006), Plants of Tropical North Queensland, Footloose Publications


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Coronidium newcastlianum