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Bursaria spinosa Cav.
Native Blackthorn

This tree is native to eastern Australia.


    Bursaria spinosa Bursaria spinosa
   
Description: Flowers Description: Plant showing spines
    Location:Mt Baldy, North Queensland Location:Mt Baldy, North Queensland
    GPS coordinates:17˚19.130S, 14524.374E GPS coordinates:17˚19.130S, 14524.374E
Date:20 October 2013 Date:20 October 2013
    Field No.:2282 Field No.:2282
       
    Bursaria spinosa Bursaria spinosa
   
    Description:Plant in habitat Description: Tree
    Location:Mt Baldy, North Queensland Location:Port Huon, Tasmania
    GPS coordinates:17˚19.130S, 14524.374E GPS coordinates:43˚09.489S, 14658.444E
    Date:20 October 2013 Date:3 January 2009
    Field No.:2282 Field No.:U851
       

 

References (accessed 4 March 2017):

https://www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/interns-2014/bursaria-spinosa.html

http://anpsa.org.au/b-spin.html

Cayzer, L.W., Crisp, M.D. & Telford, I.R.H. (1999), Bursaria (Pittosporaceae): a morphometric analysis and revision. Australian Systematic Botany 12(1):126 

Mangroves to Mountains (2003), Logan River S.G.A.P. (Qld Region) Inc., 101

 

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Bursaria spinosa