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Olearia persoonioides (DC.) Benth.
This plant is endemic to forests in Tasmania. The leaves are shiny above and rusty white/brown below.



  Olearia persoonioides Olearia  persoonioides
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location:Cradle Mountain, Tasmania Location:Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
  GPS coordinates: N/A GPS coordinates: N/A
  Date of photo:15 January 2010 Date of photo:15 January 2010
  Field No.: U1018 Field No.: U1018
     
  Olearia persoonioides Olearia  persoonioides
 
  Description:Leaves showing rusty undersides Description:Plant
  Location:Cradle Mountain, Tasmania Location:Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
  GPS coordinates: N/A GPS coordinates: N/A
  Date of photo:15 January 2010 Date of photo:15 January 2010
  Field No.: U1018 Field No.: U1018
     
  Olearia persoonioides Olearia  persoonioides
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location:Walk to Platypus Tarn, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania Location:Walk to Platypus Tarn, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania
  GPS coordinates:42˚40.5320S, 14635.0890E GPS coordinates:42˚40.5320S, 14635.0890E
  Date of photo:5 January 2016 Date of photo:5 January 2016
  Field No.: 3811 Field No.: 3811
     
  Olearia persoonioides Olearia  persoonioides
 
  Description:Plant Description:Shrub in habitat
  Location:Walk to Platypus Tarn, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania Location:Walk to Platypus Tarn, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania
  GPS coordinates:42˚40.5320S, 14635.0890E GPS coordinates:42˚40.5320S, 14635.0890E
  Date of photo:5 January 2016 Date of photo:5 January 2016
  Field No.: 3811 Field No.: 3811
     
     
     

References (accessed 28 March 2018):

http://www.utas.edu.au/dicotkey/dicotkey/AST/ast/sOlearia_persoonioides.htm

Minchin R.F.(Bob), (2005),
Wildflowers of Tasmania, A Field Guide.


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Olearia persoonioides