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26 Nov 2018
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.
29 Nov 2018
Having had a closer look at the leaves I'm back to Calotis sp.
Calotis spp. species id suggested
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!
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. :-)
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?
05 Nov 2012
At Pinkerton forest in a protective cage, possibly due to the extreme prickliness of the seed.
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!
11 Nov 2012