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Amyema gaudichaudii (DC.) Tiegh.
Melaleuca Mistletoe
Identified in New South Wales Hunter region and the western Darling Downs in Queensland
. Just at the end of flowering and, in NSW, perilously close to some gigantic open cut coal mines.

   
.Amyema gaudichaudii
Amyema gaudichaudii
Description:Flowers Description:Buds
Location: Putty Rd, Singleton, New South Wales Location: Putty Rd, Singleton, New South Wales
GPS coordinates:32˚ 38.602S 151˚ 2.491E GPS coordinates:32˚ 38.602S 151˚ 2.491E
Host  plant:Melaleuca sp Host  plant:Melaleuca sp
Date of photo:15 December 2010 Date of photo:15 December 2010
Field No.: 794 Field No.: 794
   
Amyema gaudichaudii Amyema gaudichaudii
Description:Whole plant Description:Host tree (Melaleuca sp)
Location: Western Darling Downs, Dalby, Queensland Location: Putty Rd, Singleton, New South Wales
GPS coordinates:26˚ 28.395S 151˚ 8.689E GPS coordinates:32˚ 38.602S 151˚ 2.491E
Host  plant:Melaleuca sp Host  plant:Melaleuca sp
Date of photo:13 December 2010 Date of photo:15 December 2010
Field No.: 789 Field No.:794
   
   

References (accessed 2 September 2017):

Barlow, B.A. in George, A.S., (ed) (1984) Flora of Australia 22:106

http://plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/NSWfl.pl?page=nswfl&lvl=sp&name=Amyema~gaudichaudii

 Watson D.M.  (2011), Mistletoes of Southern Australia, CSIRO Publishing

 

 


 

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