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galah681 wrote:
2 min ago
This plant is the same plant (within GPS variation) as the one posted by Rosemary Roth in Feb 19 2019 and confirmed by Betty Wood as Cassinia aculeata (4198048). There are only 2 cassinia plants (a large one and a small one beside it) in the area so which species is correct? I was not sure which species it was as the leaves are quite long, but not a as long or as wide as usually found in Cassinia longifolia. However, the flower head seemed more like aculeata.

Cassinia longifolia
lbradley wrote:
16 min ago
Then again, maybe not.

Unidentified Other Shrub
lbradley wrote:
18 min ago
Actually I think my original posting from yesterday gives pretty good scale.
Prostanthera sp.

Unidentified Other Shrub
lbradley wrote:
20 min ago
It's a small shrub. It's a bit big for the sort of thyme that usually grows in the garden. I'll go back again and take something for scale. I'll look at P. densa

Unidentified Other Shrub
wombey wrote:
22 min ago
On second look at this, the frontoparietal seems to be divided. John, I don't suppose you have any other images of this lizard with more in focus view of the top of the head? If they are undivided then I would have to call this entrecasteauxii. Will, have you looked at this one?

Lampropholis delicata

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