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Mountain Correa

Correa lawrenceana var. latrobeana


A shrub of the rutaceae family, endemic to Australia. Large, dense shrub covered in rusty hairs. Elliptic leaves, dark green, velvety below. Yellow-green flowers, produced winter to spring,


Rainforest and sclerophyll forests of Victoria, Tasmaina, NSW and Queensland.


Spotted in wet sclerophyll Alpine Ash forest in the Yarra Ranges. Area was burnt in the 2009 Black Saturday fires. Mountain Correa forms a portion of the thick regrowth of trees and shrubs in this area.

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rani she

Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Apr 12, 2012
Submitted on Jul 7, 2013

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