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QPRC LGA field guide

QPRC LGA

12770
0.22 sightings per ha
Namadgi National Park field guide

Namadgi National Park

8164
0.41 sightings per ha
Morton National Park field guide

Morton National Park

5205
0.1 sightings per ha
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve field guide

Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

4913
2.49 sightings per ha
ANBG field guide

ANBG

4567
334.45 sightings per ha
Aranda Bushland field guide

Aranda Bushland

4476
57.16 sightings per ha
Mount Ainslie field guide

Mount Ainslie

4326
30.46 sightings per ha
Black Mountain field guide

Black Mountain

4251
23.66 sightings per ha
Wingecarribee Local Government Area field guide

Wingecarribee Local Government Area

4061
0.02 sightings per ha
Mongarlowe River field guide

Mongarlowe River

3888
0.03 sightings per ha
Mount Painter field guide

Mount Painter

3854
118.87 sightings per ha
South East Forest National Park field guide

South East Forest National Park

3767
0.83 sightings per ha
Albury field guide

Albury

3485
1.98 sightings per ha
Broulee Moruya Nature Observation Area field guide

Broulee Moruya Nature Observation Area

3441
1.2 sightings per ha
Ben Boyd National Park field guide

Ben Boyd National Park

3363
0.95 sightings per ha
The Pinnacle field guide

The Pinnacle

3329
112.49 sightings per ha
Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill field guide

Bruce Ridge to Gossan Hill

3131
26.2 sightings per ha
Mount Majura field guide

Mount Majura

3100
19.99 sightings per ha
Wodonga field guide

Wodonga

3029
0.32 sightings per ha
Kosciuszko National Park field guide

Kosciuszko National Park

3016
0.01 sightings per ha

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Discussion

SandraH wrote:
1 hr ago
Thanks Wombey. Don’t think I’ve ever seen one before. What a pity it was dead. Sandra

Drysdalia coronoides
lbradley wrote:
1 hr ago
Thanks Karen. I will try to get the glume and fruit shape the next time I’m in Kangaroo Valley.

Isolepis levynsiana
karenwilsonau wrote:
1 hr ago
I think this is Cyperus gracilis from the shape of the spikelet and the proliferation from the inflorescence. However, there are closely related spp. that could also be in that area, e.g. C. mirus. Looking at the glume shape and the fruit shape is necessary to be sure of the ID in this group of little sedges.

Isolepis levynsiana
Heino1 wrote:
2 hrs ago
Probably either a Bovista or a Lycoperdon.

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