Taxon

Lambertia formosa

 
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Lambertia formosa - Mountain Devil
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Common name: Mountain Devil
Family: Proteaceae (Protea)
Distribution: New South Wales
IUCN Red list: Least concern
Life form: Evergreen shrub/sub-shrub
Comments: Coast from Grafton south to Jervis Bay and tablelands from Blue Mountains south to Budawang Range. In sandy and often stony soils derived from sandstone. In heath to dry sclerophyll forest. The common name refers to the two-horned fruit. Bird pollinated. This species regenerates after bushfire by resprouting from its woody lignotuber (a starchy swelling of the root crown).

Locations

  • 1: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 2: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 3: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 4: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 5: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 6: bed PR108c • Accession: T1987-5790/1 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 7: bed PR109 • Accession: AC 875790/5 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 8: bed PR65 • Accession: T2007-0496 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 9: bed WH59 • Accession: AB 875790/3 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
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