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Terrestrial Ecosystems

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Bournda Online Herbarium

Bournda National Park has a great variety of plants and a wonderful herbarium was compiled by local botanist Dane Wimbush for Bournda EEC. Dane compiled the herbarium in 1991 and there have been a few taxanomic changes since then.  Our digital herbarium project will make this resource available to students, teachers and the general public. A big thank you to Dane for helping us bring the resource up to date.  Steve Burrows has recently been contributing by adding his wonderful photos and putting in a lot of hours to extend this resource.  Bournda EEC is grateful to Steve for contributing his time and skills.

Thank you to Jackie Miles for information supplied about name changes; no doubt there will be others and we will adjust them over time. 

Bournda EEC also gratefully acknowledges the generous support of Don and Betty Wood for the use of their copyrighted images.

What might be flowering this month in Bournda National Park and Nature Reserve

  

January April July October
February May August November
March June September December

 

 

 

Plants are grouped into flower colours within each month and you can click on the species image to display more information

Note: Species with a specific flowering period may have  started flowering 14 days before or stopped flowering 14 days after the specified dates.

Acacia

Acaena

Acianthus

Acmena

Actites

Acronychia

Acrotriche

Actinotus

Ajuga

Allocasuarina

Alyxia

Amperea

Amyema

Anagallis

Angophora

Anisopogon

Aotus

Aphanopetalum

Aptenia

Arthropodium

Astrotricha

Austrodanthonia

Austrostipa

Banksia

Beyeria

Billardiera

Boronia

Bossiaea

Brachyscome

Brunoniella

Bulbine

Burchardia

Bursaria

Caesia

Cakile

Caladenia

Calaena

Callistemon

Calochilus

Calomeria

Carpobrotus

Cassinia

Cassytha

Centaurium

Cheilanthes

Cirsium

Cissus

Claoxylon

Clematis

Comesperma

Commelina

Commersonia

Conospermum

Convolvulus

Coopernookia

Coronidium

Correa

Corymbia

Cotula

Crowea

Cryptostylis

Dampiera

Daucus

Daviesia

Dendrobium

Desmodium

Dianella

Dichelachne

Dichondra

Dillwynia

Dipodium

Disphyma

Diuris

Dodonaea

Doodia

Drosera

Echinopogon

Ehrharta

Elaeocarpus

Entolasia

Epacris

Eriochilus

Eucalyptus

Euchiton

Eustrephus

Exocarpos

Ficinia

Ficus

Gahnia

Galium

Geitonoplesium

Gleichenia

Glossodia

Glycine

Gompholobium

Gonocarpus

Goodenia

Goodia

Gratiola

Hakea

Hardenbergia

Hibbertia

Hierochloe

Homalanthus

Hovea

Howittia

Hybanthus

Hydrocotyle

Hypericum

Hypochaeris

Hypoxis

Imperata

Indigofera

Isotoma

Joycea

Juncus

Kennedia

Kunzea

Lagenophora

Lasiopetalum

Lepidosperma

Leptorhynchos

Leptospermum

Leucopogon

Libertia

Lindsaea

Linum

Lobelia

Logania

Lomandra

Lomatia

Lyperanthus

Marsdenia

Melaleuca

Melycitus

Microlaena

Mitrasacme

Modiola

Monotoca

Morinda

Muehlenbeckia

Myoporum

Myrsine

Notelaea

Olearia

Omphacomeria

Opercularia

Oxalis

Ozothamnus

Pandorea

Passiflora

Patersonia

Pelargonium

Persicaria

Persoonia

Philotheca

Philydrum

Phyllanthus

Phytolacca

Pimelea

Pittosporum

Platylobium

Platysace

Plectranthus

Poa

Podolobium

Polymeria

Pomaderris

Pomax

Poranthera

Pratia

Prostanthera

Pseuderanthemum

Pterostylis

Pultenaea

Ranunculus

Rhagodia

Rhytidosporum

Richardia

Ricinocarpos

Ripogonum

Rubus

Samolus

Sannantha

Santalum

Sarcoptealum

Scaevola

Schelhammera

Schoenus

Scutellaria

Selliera

Senecio

Senna

Sigesbeckia

Sisyrinchium

Smilax

Solanum

Sphaerolobium

Sporobolus

Sprengelia

Stackhousia

Stellaria

Stephania

Stylidium

Stypandra

Tetragonia

Tetratheca

Thelymitra

Themeda

Thysanotus

Trema

Tricoryne

Urtica

Utricularia

Vernonia

Veronica

Viminarea

Viola

Wahlenbergia

Westringia

Xanthorrhoea

Xanthosia

Xerochrysum

Zieria

Looking to log your sightings of our fantastic flora? Sign up to the Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness

Click here to visit an excellent resource for the identification of local plants in the Bega Valley

http://www.thebegavalley.org.au/plants.html





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