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Lemon-scented Sun Orchid

Thlymitra antennifera


These are growing along with the wallflower orchids and other early spring flowers.


heath, open eucalypt forest, gregarious

Notes: antennifera listing statement.pdf

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Vanilla Orchid, Lemon-scented Sun Orchid or Rabbits Ears
Thlymitra antennifera$FILE/Thelymitra%20antennifera%20listing%20statement.pdf

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StevenSpragg 9 years ago

I know these are widespread and common in Western Australia, but i dont know much about them in your area.

Aonach_Eagach 9 years ago

Thanks StevenSpragg, interesting that the web site describes it as a threatened Tasmanian species, I wonder if its threatened in SA?

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5152, South Australia, Australia

Spotted on Sep 27, 2011
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