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Psychrophila

Psychrophila introloba (F.Muell.) W.A. Weber
Alpine Marsh-Marigold
This plant was formally known as Caltha intraloba and is one of the first to flower in spring. Unfortunately our visits have always been too late to see the flowers. It is widespread in the Australian Alps.


  Psychrophila introloba   Psychrophila introloba  
   
  Description:Seed pods   Description:Seed pods and leaves  
  Location:Falls Creek, Victoria   Location:Falls Creek, Victoria  
  GPS coordinates:36˚52.5310S, 14715.5090E   GPS coordinates:36˚52.5310S, 14715.5090E  
  Date of photo:11 February 2014   Date of photo:11 February 2014  
  Field No.:2410   Field No.:2410  
         
  Psychrophila introloba   Psychrophila introloba  
     
  Description: Young plants   Description: Whole plant  
  Location:Mt Kosciuszko, New South Wales   Location:Falls Creek, Victoria  
  GPS coordinates:N/A   GPS coordinates:36˚52.5310S, 14715.5090E  
  Date of photo:31 December 2008   Date of photo:11 February 2014  
  Field No.:U870   Field No.:2410  
         
  Psychrophila introloba   Psychrophila introloba  
     
  Description:Plants   Description:Plants  
  Location:Road to Mt Mackay, Falls Creek, Victoria   Location:Mt Kosciuszko, New South Wales  
  GPS coordinates:36˚52.5230S, 14715.5200E   GPS coordinates:N/A  
  Date of photo:3 February 2017   Date of photo:31 December 2008  
  Field No.:5891   Field No.:U870  
         
         
         
References (accessed 20 March 2017):

Eichler, Hj., Jeanes, J.A. & Walsh, N.G. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2007), Ranunculaceae. Flora of Australia 2:293

https://vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au/flora/taxon/83a2d63e-44df-4ad3-8cb6-2d47225a70a8


http://tcf.bh.cornell.edu/imgs/meredith/r/Ranunculaceae_Caltha_introloba_36057.html

 

 

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Psychrophila introloba