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Lambertia multiflora var. darlingensis Hnatiuk, Fl. Australia 16: 500 (1995)

T: Crystal Brook, W.A., Aug. 1971, S.Paust s.n. ; holo: PERTH.

Illustrations: A.S.George, Intr. Proteaceae W. Australia 89, pl. 132 (1984); N.G.Marchant et al. , Fl. Perth Reg. 1: 349, fig. 126 (1987); J.W.Wrigley & M.Fagg, Banksias, Waratahs & Grevilleas 438 (1989), all as L. multiflora .

Perianth yellow. 

Known from Chittering Valley south to Busselton, W.A. Occurs primarily as isolated populations near base of Darling Range escarpment. Found in deep, yellow sands or loamy, clayey or gravelly soils associated with kwongan or low open Banksia and Eucalyptus woodland. Map 481.

W.A.: 4.8 km E of Muchea on Chittering Valley Rd, B.Maslin & R.G.Coveny 3113 (NSW, PERTH); Darlington to Greenmount, 21 Oct. 1908, Morrison (PERTH); Cannington, Sept. 1956, Serventy (PERTH).

(R.J.Hnatiuk)

 

Data derived from Flora of Australia Volumes 16 (1995), 17A (2000) and 17B (1999), products of ABRS, ©Commonwealth of Australia