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PLANTS OF THE OSBORNE PENINSULA

Indigenous species of the Osborne Peninsula

There are over 250 plants which are indigenous to the Osborne Peninsula,
too many to list on the website, so we have created a Acrobat PDF file
which can be downloaded here.

Locally Rare and Threatened Species

Alpine Greenhood (Pterostylis alpina)                        
Australian Buttercup (Ranunculus lappaceus)    
Blady Grass (Imperata cylindrica)
Clustered Everlasting (Chrysocephalum semipapposum)
Common Ruddyhood (Pterostylis squamata)        
Grassland Geranium (Geranium retrorsum)    
Hare Orchid (Leptoceras menziesii)            
Hairy Rice-grass (Tetrarrhena distichophylla)
Hairy Stylewort (Levenhookia dubia)
Hop Wattle (Acacia stricta)
Mayfly Orchid (Acianthus caudatus)            
Mutton-wood (Myrsine howitiana)                    
Pale Grass-lily (Caesia parviflora)                                
River Bottlebrush (Callistemon sieberi)                        
Saloop (Einadia hastata)                                    
Slaty Helmet Orchid (Corybas incurvus)                            
Small Grass-tree (Xanthorrhoea minor)                            
Small Mosquito Orchid (Acianthus pusillus)        
Small Spider-orchid (Caladenia parva)                                
Tasman flax-lily (Dianella tasmanica)                            
Tassel Sedge (Carex fascicularis)                                
Tiger Orchid (Diuris sulphurea)                                    
Tussock Sedge (Carex iynx)                                
Wiry Buttons (Leptorhynchos tenuifolius)

Download the list of
rare and threatened species of
the Osborne Peninsula.

Download the list of
indigenous species of
the Osborne Peninsula.