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31 Oct 2013
Have previously thought this might be Asperula conferta, but now wondering if Galium tricornutum is a possibility.
24 Oct 2014
Thats pretty sad!
23 Oct 2014
Actually outside of the National Park. Difficult one to manage and set well into the bush. Helicopter spraying is generally employed in this district, but unable to reach these types of wooded areas.
Ian Thompson confirmed ID and added "... both observations are G. leptogonium. The pustules are more obvious on yours as there has been a few weeks' fruit development post flowering. Chris's images only have the ovaries at flowering time so the pustules are less conspicuous. However, in his top image, when I clicked on x2048 and with magnifier on, I could see white specks around the perimeter of the ovaries corresponding to pustules. Both records show the typical bristliness of the plants and the long peduncles."
Growing in protected areas between rocks.