Local Plants to look for - and best times: flowering / fruiting seasonality

Starting to compile a list of local plants (mostly that I haven't seen yet) and the best time and place to go looking for them. Have also added to this checklist so I can see my progress: https://www.inaturalist.org/lists/2406304-To-find---

JANUARY

FEBRUARY MARCH
  • Centratherum riparium (Summer-Autumn, Roadsides/paddocks, forest; Sherwood)
  • Comesperma sphaerocarpum (Feb-Mar, Red Rock)
APRIL
  • Microlaena stipoides (Mick's Retreat / Boambee Head)
  • Senna multijuga (Start of Bowraville Rd, Bellingen; North Boambee Rd [see ALA])
MAY JUNE
  • Acianthus exiguus (May-June, Bundagen)
JULY
  • Sprengelia incarnata (Pink Swamp Heath) (June-Oct; swampy shrubland and in heath on sand; south from Coffs Harbour; Near airport)
AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER
  • Bauera rubioides (Spring-summer but some all year, wet and often shaded situations; Red Rock heath)
  • Freesia laxa (Oct-Dec, disturbed ground, along roadsides etc; Smoky Cape campground) https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/62104722
  • Scaevola ramosissima (Aug-Mar, heath and sclerophyll forest usually on sandy soils; Sherwood)
  • Thelymitra pauciflora (Aug-Jan, sclerophyll forest, woodland and heath; Arrawarra)
DECEMBER
  • Dianella congesta (Spring-summer, coastal sand dunes; Sandy Beach)
  • Goodenia rotundifolia (Sept-May, sclerophyll woodland and forest; Darkum Headland)
  • Pseudovanilla foliata (Oct-Jan, rainforest/moist sites near streams/sheltered gullies in sclerophyll forest, on trees, stumps and rotting logs; North from Kempsey)
  • Tristaniopsis collina (Dec-Jan, rainforest margins and moist situations in sclerophyll forest; Ulong) https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/52351113
ALL YEAR (or most of year) or ANYTIME

Publicado por nicklambert nicklambert, 04 de junio de 2020

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