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Low growing, dense stems forming a clump. Not sure of id. as no flowers seen.


Date & Time

  2016-12-18 08:43 AM


  -36.782824 , 144.373837 : 221.285 m

Near Junortoun VIC 3551, Australia


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  1. David Francis  Looks more like Acrotriche serrulata.

    Reply • 18 Dec 2016

  2. Chris Lindorff  I agree with David.

    Reply • 19 Dec 2016

  3. Kevin Sparrow  Not Asperula.

    Reply • 20 Dec 2016

  4. Andrew Brown  Doesn't match the description of A.serrulata but more like A.prostrata as plants are approx.15cm high at most?

    Reply • 20 Dec 2016

    • Chris Lindorff  A. prostrata is hardly ascending and leaves are broader and not whorled.

      Reply • 21 Dec 2016

  5. David Francis  Definitely A. serrulata which more typically grows to about 15 cm tall (Vicflora says to 30 - 60 cm but this is the maximum height possible). see http://natureshare.org.au/observations/6934 which is an exact match.

    Reply • 21 Dec 2016

NS Observation No. 58566A3FED2A897480009B04
Created 2016-12-18 10:19 PM (almost 2 years ago)
Created By Andrew Brown
Updated 2016-12-21 09:47 PM (almost 2 years ago)
Updated By Andrew Brown
Edits 3
Photo Quality good-for-id
Camera Date-Stamp Yes
Camera Geotag Yes
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