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Cremnothamnus

Cremnothamnus thomsonii (F.Muell.) Puttock
Edelweiss Everlasting
A small plant  endemic to the gorges of Central Australia.It grows high on the cliff faces.

  Cremnothamnus thomsonii Cremnothamnus thomsonii
 
Description:Flowers Description:Plant on cliff face
  Location:Glen Helen Gorge, Central Australia Location:Redbank Gorge, Central Australia
  GPS coordinates:23˚41.153S 132˚40.396E GPS coordinates:23˚33.965S 132˚31.178E
  Date of photo:6th October 2013 Date of photo:18th August 2012
  Field No.:2214 Field No.:1594
     
  Cremnothamnus thomsonii Cremnothamnus thomsonii
 
  Description:Plants on cliff face Description:Leaves and buds
  Location:Redbank Gorge, Central Australia Location:Redbank Gorge, Central Australia
  GPS coordinates:23˚33.965S 132˚31.178E GPS coordinates:23˚33.965S 132˚31.178E
Date of photo:18th August 2012 Date of photo:18th August 2012
  Field No.:1594 Field No.:1594
     
     
  Cremnothamnus thomsonii Cremnothamnus thomsonii
 
  Description:Plants on cliff face Description:Plants on cliff face
  Location:Glen Helen Gorge, Central Australia Location:Glen Helen Gorge, Central Australia
  GPS coordinates:23˚41.153S 132˚40.396E GPS coordinates:23˚41.153S 132˚40.396E
  Date of photo:6th October 2013 Date of photo:6th October 2013
  Field No.:2214 Field No.:2214
     

 

 

 

Reference (accessed 25th April 2015):

Puttock, C.F., (1994) Anatomy and morphology of Cremnothamnus (Asteraceae), a new genus for Helichrysum thomsonii. Australian Systematic Botany. 7(6) :569-583

 

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Cremnothamnus thomsonii