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Tripterococcus

Tripterococcus brunonis Endl.
Winged Stackhousia
A plant from Western Australia.The fruits are winged.

  Tripterococcus brunonis Tripterococcus brunonis
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location: Kalbarri National Park,  Western Australia Location: Kalbarri National Park,  Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:27˚49.292S 114˚27.710E GPS coordinates:27˚49.292S 114˚27.710E
Date of photo:25 August 2015 Date of photo:25 August 2015
  Field No.:3341 Field No.:3341
     
Tripterococcus brunonis Tripterococcus brunonis
 
  Description:Plant in habitat Description:Flowers
  Location: Kalbarri National Park,  Western Australia Location: Kalbarri National Park,  Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:27˚49.292S 114˚27.710E GPS coordinates:27˚49.292S 114˚27.710E
  Date of photo:25 August 2015 Date of photo:25 August 2015
  Field No.:3341 Field No.:3341
     
  Tripterococcus brunonis Tripterococcus brunonis
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Plants in habitat
  Location:52Km E of Mullewa,  Western Australia Location:52Km E of Mullewa,  Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:2826.2284S, 11601.9086E GPS coordinates:2826.2284S, 11601.9086E
  Date of photo:8 August 2016 Date of photo:8 August 2016
  Field No.:5385 Field No.:5385
     

 

References (accessed 15 August 2016):

http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/4737


Barker, W.R. in George A.S.(ed.) (1984) Stackhousiaceae. 
Flora of Australia 22: 197-198



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Tripterococcus brunonis