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Banksia conferta A.S.George subsp. conferta

Illustrations: A.S.George, Nuytsia 3: 285, fig. 22, 287, fig. 23 (1981); A.S.George, Banksia Book 3rd edn, 54, 55, fig. 3A, pl. 22 (1996); C.E.Rosser & A.S.George, Banksias III: pl. 72 (in press).

Bark tessellated. Adult leaves entire. Apex of common bracts closely pubescent. Most follicles 8–12 mm long. 

Occurs on the Lamington Plateau and the Glass House Mtns, Qld. Grows on steep rocky slopes (granite and sandstone) in scrub. Flowers late Apr.–July. Map 183.

Qld: Mt Beerwah, Glass House Mtns, 23 Apr. 1972, F.D.Hockings (BRI); Picnic Ck, Lamington Natl Park, L.A.S.Johnson NSW138219 (NSW); East Peak, McPherson Ra., I.R.Telford 10919 (CANB).

New growth reddish or reddish brown, silky.

(A.S.George)

 

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