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Kingia australis R.Br.
Kingia
An
iconic plant from south west Western Australia. When not flowering, these plants are easily confused with Xanthorrhoea sp. Superficially similar to Dasypogon hookeri and growing in the same area.


  Kingia australis Kingia australis
 
  Description:Flowerheads Description:Plant
  Location:Donnybrook to Capel, Western Australia Location:Donnybrook to Capel, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates: 33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E GPS coordinates:33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E
  Date:17 August 2016 Date:17 August 2016
  Field No.:5531 Field No.:5531
     
Kingia australis Kingia australis
 
  Description:Plant Description:Flowerheads
  Location:Mowen Road, Margaret River, Western Australia Location:Mowen Road, Margaret River, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates: 33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E GPS coordinates:33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E
  Date:19 August 2016 Date:19 August 2016
  Field No.:5552 Field No.:5552
     
     
  Kingia australis Kingia australis
 
  Description:Plants on roadside Description:Plant in habitat
  Location:Donnybrook to Capel, Western Australia Location:Mowen Road, Margaret River, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates: 33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E GPS coordinates:33˚34.9430S 115˚34.8290E
  Date:17 August 2016 Date:19 August 2016
  Field No.:5531 Field No.:5552
     
     
     


References (accessed 26 August 2017):

G
eorge, A.S. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1986), Kingia (Xanthorrhoeaceae). Flora of Australia 46:146


https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/1221

http://anpsa.org.au/k-aus.html

 

 

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Kingia australis