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Senecio quadridentatus

Cotton Fireweed at Morton National Park

Senecio quadridentatus at Morton National Park - 23 Oct 2020
Senecio quadridentatus at Morton National Park - 23 Oct 2020
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Identification history

Senecio quadridentatus 8 Nov 2020 Nicholas de Jong

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Aotus ericoides (Common Aotus) at Morton National Park - 11 Oct 2020 by Stewart Lomandra obliqua (Twisted Matrush) at Morton National Park - 11 Oct 2020 by Stewart Strepera versicolor (Grey Currawong) at Morton National Park - 27 Sep 2017 by Charles Dove Tisiphone abeona (Varied Swordgrass Brown) at Morton National Park - 28 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove Vanessa kershawi (Australian Painted Lady) at Morton National Park - 28 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove Stigmodera macularia (Macularia jewel beetle) at Morton National Park - 23 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove Stagonopleura bella (Beautiful Firetail) at Morton National Park - 5 Aug 2014 by Charles Dove
Aotus ericoides (Common Aotus) at Morton National Park - 11 Oct 2020 by Stewart
Lomandra obliqua (Twisted Matrush) at Morton National Park - 11 Oct 2020 by Stewart
Strepera versicolor (Grey Currawong) at Morton National Park - 27 Sep 2017 by Charles Dove
Tisiphone abeona (Varied Swordgrass Brown) at Morton National Park - 28 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove
Vanessa kershawi (Australian Painted Lady) at Morton National Park - 28 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove
Stigmodera macularia (Macularia jewel beetle) at Morton National Park - 23 Oct 2015 by Charles Dove
Stagonopleura bella (Beautiful Firetail) at Morton National Park - 5 Aug 2014 by Charles Dove

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Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

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