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Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park field guide

Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park

86
0.39 sightings per K ha
Gawler Ranges National Park field guide

Gawler Ranges National Park

0
No effort recorded
Lake Frome National Park field guide

Lake Frome National Park

0
No effort recorded
Lake Gairdner National Park field guide

Lake Gairdner National Park

0
No effort recorded
Lake Torrens National Park field guide

Lake Torrens National Park

0
No effort recorded
Nilpena Ediacara National Park field guide

Nilpena Ediacara National Park

0
No effort recorded
Nullarbor National Park field guide

Nullarbor National Park

0
0 sightings per K ha
Witjira National Park field guide

Witjira National Park

0
No effort recorded

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Discussion

Mike wrote:
15 May 2024
I thought that where it was growing would be a giveaway. Sorry I didn't get a chance for identifiable photos.

Unidentified Rush, Sedge or Mat Rush
Mike wrote:
3 May 2024
I picked the broad leafed Solanum from a book of local plants.

Solanum sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
3 May 2024
Or Solanum lithophilum? These desert solanums all look the same lol

Solanum sp.
Tapirlord wrote:
3 May 2024
Pretty sure this is Minuria cunninghamii, see https://www.inaturalist.org/observations?taxon_id=324403 for poached egg daisy

Unidentified Daisy
Tapirlord wrote:
3 May 2024
This is a bit blurry for me to make a accurate judgement, but i'd tentatively suggest Maireana astrotricha

Unidentified Other Shrub

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