Cirsium vulgare

Spear Thistle at Wodonga

Cirsium vulgare at Wodonga - 12 Nov 2023
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Identification history

Cirsium vulgare 13 Nov 2023 Tapirlord
Cirsium vulgare 12 Nov 2023 CarbonAI
Cirsium vulgare 12 Nov 2023 KylieWaldon

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Location information

Sighting information

  • 4 Abundance
  • 12 Nov 2023 08:12 AM Recorded on
  • KylieWaldon Recorded by

Additional information

  • 30cm to 1 metre Plant height
  • True In flower

Species information

  • Cirsium vulgare Scientific name
  • Spear Thistle Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Medium Weed or Pest
  • Up to 1389.77m Recorded at altitude
  • 125 images trained Machine learning
  • In flower

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  • Confirmed by an expert moderator
  • Nearby sighting(s) of same species
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