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Unidentified at suppressed - 28 Jan 2024
Unidentified at suppressed - 28 Jan 2024
Unidentified at suppressed - 28 Jan 2024
Unidentified at suppressed - 28 Jan 2024
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Unidentified 29 Jan 2024 KylieWaldon

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most of the plants were short and one twig up to the flower. One plant was woodier and slightly taller than 30cm.

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natureguy wrote:
   29 Jan 2024
It's an Oenothera, looks a bit weird for O. stricta though, I'm not super sure
KylieWaldon wrote:
   30 Jan 2024
hi natureguy. This one shows up as a 'weed of melbourne' and the leaf looks right : https://weedsofmelbourne.org/cut-leaved-evening-primrose-oenothera-laciniata ? Its growing at the base of a very dry bank with conifers and Silver wattles in it and the plants looked pretty scungy. the larger one possibly seeded the smaller ones which were only 1m away from it.
KylieWaldon wrote:
   30 Jan 2024
also looks a bit like this one from the Canberra naturemapr : Oenothera indecora subsp. bonariensis ?
natureguy wrote:
   31 Jan 2024
Yeah I was considering O. lacinata but not sure how widespread it is

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Sighting information

  • 5 Abundance
  • 28 Jan 2024 07:23 AM Recorded on
  • KylieWaldon Recorded by

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

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