|Stat'||Notes||Thumbnails: 27. 7 native species listed, with 4 from Ellura|
|Plants (Plantae) - Land Plants (Charophyta) - Land Plants (Equisetopsida) - Vines|
Thank you Ralph Foster for identifying this species for us
Large triangular, green to purple, succulent, vertical leaves.
Brilliant purple flower with white centre.
Sprawling habit that can completely cover square metres of ground.
We thought this was C. modestus, but recently found an SA factsheet that indicates that the size of flower for C. modestus <= 20mm (ours are >35mm) and that C. modestus has 20-80 stamen (ours have 100-600) are diagnostic. This factsheet points to Carpobrotus rossii; so we renamed our species as this.
Ralph then highlighted to us that the inland specimens of C. rossii are probably going to all be renamed; currently an undescribed species labelled Carpobrotus sp. Short calyx. Research is still ongoing to described them and provide morphological differences to separate out the two species.
Thank you Ernst Weiher for confirming the id of this species for us
Has white or pink flowers. It's much hairier than it's relation, Aizoon pubescens, which is also introduced in Australia and seems more common.
|The flowers are tiny at only ~4mm tip to tip. As they are the same colour as the stem & leaf they are very hard to see. There are 2 flowers per leaf axis.|
Thank you Tony and Jenny Dominelli for confirming the id of this species for us
Fabaceae or Leguminosae
|Thank you PossumPete for confirming the id of this species for us|
|Spurges & Allies|
Thank you Dr Kym Nicolson for confirming the id of this species for us
|Old Man's Beard|
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|Thank you Alan Dandie
for confirming the id of this species for us |
Creamy large flowers with 4 long oval petals.
Green leaves. New stems are green going dark reddish brown with age.
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