Lambertia echinata

kalaryder

Baldivis, Australia

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Prickly Honeysuckle. Though the species itself is not threatened, 2 of the 3 recognised subspecies are declared Rare flora in Western Australia: subspecies occidentalis is restricted to ironstone habitats near Busselton, and subspecies echinata to areas east of Esperance. All 3 subspecies are small to medium prickly, much-branched, nonlignotuberous shrubs, often no more than a metre or so high (subsp. echinata) but sometimes reaching 2.5 metres (subsp. citrina and occidentalis). The small prickly leaves are 10-40 mm long with several sharp tipped lobes. The conflorescences are clusters of 7 flowers, each cluster being about 40 mm in length, and are bright yellow or reddish pink (subsp. echinata) in colour. Flowering usually occurs in spring and summer, and is followed by prickly woody fruit. Info anpsa.org.au website
Flower found in Kings Park Perth Spring 2011

Featured Plants at Risk Group 27/04/2016

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