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Pultenaea graveolens Tate
Scented  Bush Pea (Catbush)
A stunning plant from the Mt Lofty Ranges, South Australia. It was first collected from stringybark forests at Uraidla, close to where these plants were growing.


Pultenaea graveolens    Pultenaea graveolens
   
Description:Flowers   Description:Plant
Location:Greenhill Rd, Summertown, South Australia   Location:Greenhill Rd, Summertown, South Australia
  GPS coordinates:34˚57.500S, 138°43.525E   GPS coordinates:34˚57.500S, 138°43.525E
  Date:2 November 2008   Date:2 November 2008
  Field No.:U555   Field No.:U555
       
Pultenaea graveolens   Pultenaea graveolens
   
  Description:Plant in habitat with weedy broombush   Description:Plant
  Location:Greenhill Rd, Summertown, South Australia   Location:Greenhill Rd, Summertown, South Australia
  GPS coordinates:34˚57.500S, 138°43.525E   GPS coordinates:34˚57.500S, 138°43.525E
  Date:2 November 2008   Date:2 November 2008
  Field No.:U555   Field No.:U555
       


Reference (accessed 1 August 2017):

Dashhorst G & Jessop J (2006), Plants of the Adelaide Plains and Hills, Kangaroo Press, 3rd ed.

de Kok R. and West J. (2003)  A revision of the genus Pultenaea (Fabaceae) 2. Eastern Australian species with velutinous ovaries and incurved leaves, Australian Systematic Botany 16:229273

http://saseedbank.com.au/species_information.php?rid=3687


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Pultenaea graveolens