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Unidentified at suppressed - 3 Aug 2023
Unidentified at suppressed - 3 Aug 2023
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Eremophila deserti 9 Oct 2023 LyndalT

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natureguy wrote:
   10 Oct 2023
E. mitchellii?
LyndalT wrote:
   10 Oct 2023
There were E mitchelli at the same location. It is possible, because of the way the buds look. You may also be thinking that the flower is deeper than is typical of E deserti. But they weren't out properly so I guess it is hard to tell. Typically, flowers on E mitchelli are clumped together and are on the crown of the tree/shrub. The other E mitchellii on the site weren't in full flower. I thought the shrubby structure was more typical of E deserti in this pic.

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