[ LISWA Website ]
[ Foreword ] [ Biography ] [ Naturalist ] [ Author ] [ Historian ] [ Genealogist ] [ Virtual Exhibition Intro ] [ Bibliography ] [ Home ]  

Stylidium breviscapum
186 miles east of Merredin, October 1955
(ACC 5448A/249 )
Stylidium breviscapum R. Br.
Creeping perennial herb; 0.025-0.2m high; elevated up to 7cm above soil by wiry stilt roots; fl. white with red markings, Aug-Dec. Laterite soils or sandy soils over granite, sheltered areas near rocky outcrops, stony slopes. Distribution: SW: AW, ESP, GS, JF, MAL, SWA, WAR.
(G. Paczkowska & A. R. Chapman, p. 548.)


[ Reproduction Rights ] [ Credits & Contacts ]

Please note: The content on this website is made available for archival purposes and may not meet the State Library of Western Australia's current standards for web accessibility, mobile device compatibility, historical accuracy and cultural sensitivity.