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Daviesia flava Pedley
A beautiful yellow pea from North Queensland.


  Daviesia flava Daviesia flava
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers - side view
  Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E
  Date:10 March 2017 Date:10 March 2017
  Field No.:6005 Field No.:6005
     
  Daviesia flava Daviesia flava
  Description:Flowers with insects Description:Pods
  Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E
  Date:10 March 2017 Date:10 March 2017
  Field No.:6005 Field No.:6005
     
  Daviesia flava Daviesia flava
 
  Description:Leaf Description:Flowers and leaves
  Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E
  Date:10 March 2017 Date:10 March 2017
  Field No.:6005 Field No.:6005
     
  Daviesia flava Daviesia flava
 
  Description:Plant Description:Plant in habitat
  Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland Location:Isabella Falls, Cooktown, North Queensland
  GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E GPS coordinates:15˚18.3342S, 14500.7614E
  Date:10 March 2017 Date:10 March 2017
  Field No.:6005 Field No.:6005
     
     


References (accessed 11 August 2017):

Crisp, M.D., (1995) Contributions Toward a Revision of Daviesia (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae). III. A Synopsis of the Genus. Australian Systematic Botany 8(6): 1193

Crisp, M.D., Cayzer, L., Chandler, G.R. & Cook, L.G. (2017), A monograph of Daviesia (Mirbelieae, Faboideae, Fabaceae). Phytotaxa 300(1)
:107-109


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Daviesia flava