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Pimelea  drummondii  (Turcz.) Rye
The plants pictured are  from Cape Arid National Park, Esperance, Western Australia. This species is endemic to SW Western Australia and has recurved bracts, distinguishing it from similar species.

  Pimelea drummondii Pimelea   drummondii
 
Description:Flowers Description:Flowers showing recurved bracts
   Location:Balladonia Rd, Esperance, Western Australia  Location:Balladonia Rd, Esperance, Western Australia
   GPS coordinates: 33˚42.675S,123˚07.799E  GPS coordinates: 33˚42.675S,123˚07.799E
   Date of photo:12 July 2014  Date of photo:12 July 2014
   Field No.:2678  Field No.:2678
     
  Pimelea   drummondii Pimelea   drummondii
 
Description:Flowers Description:Plants in habitat
   Location:Balladonia Rd, Esperance, Western Australia  Location:Balladonia Rd, Esperance, Western Australia
   GPS coordinates: 33˚42.675S,123˚07.799E  GPS coordinates: 33˚42.675S,123˚07.799E
   Date of photo:12 July 2014  Date of photo:12 July 2014
   Field No.:2678  Field No.:2678
     
     
     

References (accessed 28 February 2018):

http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/5241

Rye, B.L. in George A.S. (ed.), (1990) Thymelaeaceae. Flora of Australia 18: 134-211

 

 

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Pimelea drummondii