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Xerochrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Tzvelev
Yellow Everlasting
A beautiful yellow paper daisy which grows in North Queensland.Previously known as Bracteantha bracteata and Helichrysum bracteatum. This species was collected by Banks and Solander at Cooktown in 1770.

  Xerochrysum bracteatum Xerochrysum bracteatum
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant
  Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S  145˚25.1988E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S  145˚25.1988E
  Date of photo:26 August 2007 Date of photo:26 August 2007
  Field No.: U686 Field No.: U686
     
  Xerochrysum bracteatum Xerochrysum bracteatum
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant
  Location:Mt Baldy, North Queensland Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚17.1081S  145˚27.2780E GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S  145˚25.1988E
  Date of photo:11 October 2009 Date of photo:26 August 2007
  Field No.:U687 Field No.: U686
     
  Xerochrysum bracteatum Xerochrysum bracteatum
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant
  Location:Herberton Range, North Queensland Location:Mt Baldy, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:17˚20.4324S  145˚25.1988E GPS coordinates:17˚17.1081S  145˚27.2780E
  Date of photo:26 August 2007 Date of photo:11 October 2009
  Field No.:U686 Field No.:U687
     

 

 

References (accessed 12 August 2017):

http://anpsa.org.au/b-bract.html

Bayer, R.J., (2001) Xerochrysum Tzvelev, a pre-existing generic name for Bracteantha Anderb. & Haegi (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae).
 Kew Bulletin. 56(4):1013-1015

Beasley J (2006),
Plants of Tropical North Queensland, Footloose Publications

Wilson, Paul G. (2017), An examination of the Australian genus Xerochrysum (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). Nuytsia 28:14-15

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Xerochrysum bracteatum