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Leucopogon verticillatus R.Br.
Tassel Flower
A plant from the jarrah and karri forests of south west Western Australia. It is the tallest Epacrid in Western Australia and has bamboo like foliage.

Leucopogon verticillatus Leucopogon verticillatus
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E
  Date of photo:19 August 2016 Date of photo:19 August 2016
  Field No.:5551 Field No.:5551
     
Leucopogon verticillatus Leucopogon verticillatus
 
  Description:Flowers and leaves Description:Flowers and leaves
  Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E
  Date of photo:19 August 2016 Date of photo:19 August 2016
  Field No.:5551 Field No.:5551
     
  Leucopogon verticillatus Leucopogon verticillatus
 
  Description:Flowers and leaves Description:Plant in habitat
  Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia Location:Mowen Road, Nannup, Western Australia
  GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E GPS coordinates:33˚56.3750S, 115°17.7050E
  Date of photo:19 August 2016 Date of photo:19 August 2016
  Field No.:5551 Field No.:5551
     
     

 

Reference (accessed 21 October 2016):

https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/6454

Wheeler, J.R. in Marchant, N.G., Wheeler, J.R., Rye, B.L., Bennett, E.M., Lander, N.S. & Macfarlane, T.D. (1987), Epacridaceae. Flora of the Perth Region 1: 193

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Leucopogon verticillatus