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Amylotheca subumbellata Barlow
Grows only in North Queensland around Paluma, north of Townsville.
All plants shown survived Cyclone Yasi in 2011. Lots of flowering plants were seen in 2013.


   
Amylotheca subumbellata Amylotheca subumbellata
 
Description:Flowers Description:Fruit
Location:Main Road, Paluma, North Queensland Location:Main Road, Paluma, North Queensland
GPS coordinates:19˚ 00.523S,146˚ 12.528E GPS coordinates:19˚ 00.523S, 146˚ 12.508E
Host  plant:Rhodomyrtus sp Host  plant:Rhodomyrtus sp
Date of photo:3 April 2010 Date of photo:3  April 2010
Field No.: 591 Field No.: 591
   
Amylotheca subumbellata Amylotheca subumbellata
Description:Whole plant Description:Buds and fruit
Location:Main Road, Paluma, North Queensland Location:Main Road, Paluma, North Queensland
GPS coordinates:19˚ 00.523S, 146˚ 12.508E GPS coordinates:19˚ 00.523S, 146˚ 12.508E
Host  plant:Rhodomyrtus sp Host  plant:Rhodomyrtus sp
Date of photo:3 April 2010 Date of photo:3 April 2010
Field No.: 591 Field No.: 591
   
Amylotheca subumbellata  
Description:Leaves  
Location:Main Road, Paluma, North Queensland  
GPS coordinates:19˚ 00.523S, 146˚ 12.508E  
Host  plant:Rhodomyrtus sp  
Date of photo:3 April 2010  
Field No.: 591  
   
   

 

References (accesssed 7 July 2018):

http://www.anbg.gov.au/abrs/online-resources/flora/stddisplay.xsql?pnid=48257

Barlow, B.A. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1984), Loranthaceae. Flora of Australia 22: 73-74

 

 

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Amylotheca subumbellata