Chrysocephalum baxteri?

MarioFDecember 26, 2012

Hello everybody,

is this Chrysocephalum baxteri?
Found in the Wilson Promontory National Park in February 2012.

Thanks in advance and best regards,
Mario

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tedhort

Chrysocephalum baxteri is common in this national park especially noticeable lining the "Lighthouse Track". The flower in the pic is past its best but appears to be C. baxteri.

Regards,

Ted

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