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Olax phyllanthi Labill. (R.Br.)
This plant is a hemiparasite and is common in coastal habitats in south west Western Australia.

  Olax phyllanthi   Olax phyllanthi  
   
  Description:Flower   Description:Flower and leaves  
  Location:Frenchmans Bay, Albany, Western Australia   Location:Frenchmans Bay, Albany, Western Australia  
  GPS coordinates:35˚05.5520S, 117°57.0520E   GPS coordinates:35˚05.5520S, 117°57.0520E  
  Date of photo:20 August 2016   Date of photo:20 August 2016  
  Field No.:5574   Field No.:5574  
         
  Olax phyllanthi   Olax phyllanthi  
     
  Description:Plant with Drosera sp.   Description:Plant in coastal habitat with Taxandria marginata  
  Location:Frenchmans Bay, Albany, Western Australia   Location:Frenchmans Bay, Albany, Western Australia  
  GPS coordinates:35˚05.5520S, 117°57.0520E   GPS coordinates:35˚05.5520S, 117°57.0520E  
  Date of photo:20 August 2016   Date of photo:20 August 2016  
  Field No.:5574   Field No.:5574  
         

 

 

References (accessed 10 September 2017):

https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/2366

George, A.S. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1984), Olacaceae. Flora of Australia 22:25

http://esperancewildflowers.blogspot.com.au/2010/06/olax-phyllanthi-olacaceae.html


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Olax phyllanthi