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Specimen: K001045871
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Family: Myrtaceae Type Status: isotype
Current Name: Thryptomene globifera Rye Phenology:
Collector: Rye, B.L.; Trudgen, M.E. Plant Parts:
Collector no: BLR 238100 Item: Sheet
Collection Date: 22/08/2003 Project: Global Types
Country: Australia Habitat: Mid-slopes of dune, with yellow sand. Eucalyptus- Hakea- Actinostrobus low woodland over Malleostemon high open shrubland over Hakea - Acacia scattered shrubs More information given
Location: Western Australia. On a track along NW side of railway line opposite Indarra, 0.9km from Desmond Road intersection with Geraldton- Mount Magnet Road. Lat 28 38' 25.400'' S Long 115 19' 34.700'' E Plant Description: Shrub 0.9 m high, 0.8 m across, with multiple main erect ot slightly spreading branches just above ground level from a single stem c. 30mm diameter, stamens 9 or 10 (often with two stamens fused into a single broad filament with two anthers), disc pinkish
Lat and Long: 28 38 25 S , 115 19 34 E General Comments:
Data Source: label
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Determination History:
Scientific Name Determiner Determination Date Type of? Determination Notes
Thryptomene globifera Rye  Rye, B.L.  25/11/2014  ✔  
Cite as: http://specimens.kew.org/herbarium/K001045871
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