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Stylidium austrocapense A.R.Bean
These small plants were growing in woodland near Musgrave on Cape York Peninsula. This species is endemic to Cape York Peninsula as its name suggests. It was growing with Pimelea sanguinea.

  Stylidium austrocapense Stylidium austrocapense
 
  Description:Flower Description: Flower - side view showing trigger and glandular hairs.
  Location:Peninsula Development Road, Musgrave, North Queensland Location:Peninsula Development Road, Musgrave, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:14˚51.334S 143˚31.952E GPS coordinates:14˚51.334S 143˚31.952E
  Date of photo:31 May 2013 Date of photo:31 May 2013
  Field No.:2066 voucher specimen Field No.:2066 voucher specimen
     
  Stylidium austrocapense Stylidium austrocapense
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant showing basal rosette
  Location:Peninsula Development Road, Musgrave, North Queensland Location:Peninsula Development Road, Musgrave, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:14˚51.334S 143˚31.952E GPS coordinates:14˚51.334S 143˚31.952E
  Date of photo:31 May 2013 Date of photo:31 May 2013
  Field No.:2066 voucher specimen Field No.:2066 voucher specimen
     

Reference:

Bean, A.R. (1999) A revision of Stylidium sect. Debilia Mildbr., S. sect. Floodia Mildbr. and S. sect Lanata A.R.Bean (Stylidiaceae). Austrobaileya 5(3): 439-440,

 

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Stylidium austrocapense