Calotis spp.

Burr Daisy




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  • Calotis spp. Burr Daisy

    26 Nov 2018-37.3,144.4Lawrie Conole

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    1. Lawrie Conole  I think this is a Calotis, possibly C. scabiosifolia var. integrifolia, but that seems to be a very rare beast in this part of Victoria. I will go back and try for a proper photo - this is a crop from a quick mobile phone snap to remind me to look.

      Reply • 29 Nov 2018

      • Lawrie Conole  Having had a closer look at the leaves I'm back to Calotis sp.

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    2. Lawrie Conole  Calotis spp. species id suggested

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    3. Reilly  Hi, lower quality photos, especially those with GPS locations, are extremely useful to NS and ALA for plotting distributions and so forth. A better photo later is also welcome for identification purposes but plz don’t ever feel it is required. Thanks!

      Reply • 29 Nov 2018

      • Lawrie Conole  Hi Reilly. Yes I agree. I've been logging records with geospatial data since computers were operated with punch cards, but I'm also a photographer, so I have image quality standards. :-)

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        • Reilly  If you might be interested in meeting up at some point I would very much like to learn more about that history and hear any suggestions you may have for how NS could include more data-focused features?

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  • Calotis spp. Burr Daisy

    05 Nov 2012-37.8,144.6Judy Allen

    At Pinkerton forest in a protective cage, possibly due to the extreme prickliness of the seed.

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    1. Unknown  Is there a photo of the leaf? Fruit spines looks a bit like C. anthemoides (or scapigera) maybe, and doesn't look like scabosifolia. Just checking!

      Reply • 11 Nov 2012