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Dianella tasmanica Hook.f.
Tasman Flax-lily
A subalpine and alpine species.



Dianella tasmanica
Dianella tasmanica
 
  Description:Flower Description:Flower showing anthers
  Location:Leviathan Rock, Mt Buffalo, Victoria Location:Leviathan Rock, Mt Buffalo, Victoria
  GPS coordinates: 36˚44.942S 146˚47.485E GPS coordinates: 36˚44.942S 146˚47.485E
  Date of photo:1 January 2017 Date of photo:1 January 2017
  Field No.:5850 Field No.:5850
 
Dianella tasmanica
Dianella tasmanica
 
  Description:Flower Description:Plant next to Leviathan Rock
  Location:Leviathan Rock, Mt Buffalo, Victoria Location:Leviathan Rock, Mt Buffalo, Victoria
  GPS coordinates: 36˚44.942S 146˚47.485E GGPS coordinates: 36˚44.942S 146˚47.485E
  Date of photo:1 January 2017 Date of photo:1 January 2017
  Field No.:5850 Field No.:5850
 
Dianella tasmanica
Dianella tasmanica
 
  Description:Flowers and leaves Description:Plants in sub-alpine habitat
  Location:Falls Creek, Victoria Location:Alpine Way, Khancoban, New South Wales
  GPS coordinates:3655.309S, 14717.763E GPS coordinates:N/A
  Date of photo:19 January 2012 Date of photo:30 December 2008
  Field No.:1018C Field No.:U801
     
  Dianella tasmanica Dianella tasmanica
 
  Description:Flowers and leaves Description:Flowers and leaves
  Location:Alpine Way, Khancoban, New South Wales Location:Falls Creek, Victoria
  GPS coordinates:N/A GPS coordinates:3655.309S, 14717.763E
  Date of photo:30 December 2008 Date of photo:19 January 2012
  Field No.:U801 Field No.:1018C
     
     

References (accessed 28 January 2017):

Henderson, R.J.F. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1987), Dianella. Flora of Australia 45:215

Costin, A.B., Gray, M., Totterdell, C.J. & Wimbush, D.J., (2000) Kosciuszko Alpine Flora, CSIRO Publishing 


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Dianella tasmanica