Acrotriche serrulata




Small, low growing plants approx. 60 mm in height with prickly leaves.


Date & Time

  2017-01-21 09:50 AM


  -36.775726 , 144.356525 : 215.443 m

Near Junortoun VIC 3551, Australia


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  1. Chris Clarke  Maybe Astroloma humifusum

    Reply • 28 Jan 2017

    • Andrew Brown  Hi Chris, while similar, it is quite different to the Cranberry Heaths as it's not as woody or prickly feeling. Also, the leaves are always bright green rather than the red tinged Cranberry Heaths and I have not seen any flowers on these yet. The last one I observed was id, as Honey Pots ?

      Reply • 28 Jan 2017

      • Chris Clarke  mmm tricky - Stellaria pungens was a thought - but length of spines on leaves look too long.

        Reply • 29 Jan 2017

  2. David Francis  Acrotriche serrulata species id suggested

    Reply • 30 Jan 2017

  3. David Francis  Yes, Honey Pots. I didn't recognise it immediately because the leaves looked a little wider than usual.

    Reply • 30 Jan 2017

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Created 2017-01-27 11:43 PM (about 3 years ago)
Created By Andrew Brown
Updated 2017-01-27 11:43 PM (about 3 years ago)
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