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Image Identifier 836c3d49-ea92-4ff5-a87e-935c6a1e8337
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Title Banksia stuposa
Creator Jean and Fred
Description What an awesome sight to find these Banksia plants. They were in full flowering bloom, growing to 3metres tall and like a forest to walk through. Banksia stuposa is so named from the Latin stupposus which means covered with course, matted hairs and referred to the silky-wooly hairs on the bracts. It was first collected by James Drummond from the "Swan River" in the 1830s and has no collection number. It was first described by John Lindley in 1840. Information: "The Dryandras" by Tony Cavanagh and Margaret Pieroni pp216. Photos: Fred and Jean
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Date uploaded 19 Jun, 2016 06:01:03
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Date taken/created 19 Jun, 2016 06:01:03
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Data resource UID dr360
Dimensions (w x h) 500 x 136
File size 75.7 KB
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MD5 Hash 13f892997e8e3d2f3bc4456a5a1783ec
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Size on disk (including all artifacts) 256.1 KB