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Cepobaculum canaliculatum (R.Br.) M.A.Clem.& D.L.Jones
Previously known as Dendrobium canaliculatum R.Br.
Tea Tree  Orchid

These plants grow in north east Queensland. They are epiphytic on Melaleuca sp.




  Cepobaculum canaliculatum Cepobaculum canaliculatum
 
  Description:Flower Description:Epiphytic plant
Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland
   GPS coordinates: Withheld  GPS coordinates: Withheld
  Date:18 October 2016 Date:18 October 2016
  Field No.:5715 Field No.:5715
     
  Cepobaculum canaliculatum Cepobaculum canaliculatum
 
  Description:Flowers Description:Flowers
  Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland
   GPS coordinates: Withheld  GPS coordinates: Withheld
  Date:18 October 2016 Date:18 October 2016
  Field No.:5715 Field No.:5715
     
  Cepobaculum canaliculatum Cepobaculum canaliculatum
 
  Description:Flowering plant on paperbark Description:Epiphytic plant
  Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland Location:Holloway's Beach, North Queensland
 GPS coordinates: Withheld  GPS coordinates: Withheld
  Date:18 October 2016 Date:18 October 2016
  Field No.:5715 Field No.:5715
     


References (accessed 27 December 2017):

Jones D.L., (2006) A complete guide to the Native Orchids of Australia including the the Island Territories: 381

Clements, M.A. in Jones, D.L. (ed.) (1989), Catalogue of Australian Orchidaceae. Australian Orchid Research 1:49

Dockrill, A.W. (1969), Australian Indigenous Orchids: 458-460

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