Taxon

Banksia spinulosa

 
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Banksia spinulosa - Hairpin Banksia
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Common name: Hairpin Banksia
Family: Proteaceae (Protea)
Distribution: NSW, QLD, VIC
Life form: Evergreen shrub/sub-shrub
Comments: The Banksia spinulosa complex is under taxonomic review. Current research indicates that B. spinulosa, in the narrow sense, occurs in New South Wales on the coast and tablelands south of the Hawkesbury River almost to the Victorian border. Grows in well-drained, low nutrient sandy soils, generally in open forests of the coastal plain and adjacent ranges. Regenerates from a lignotuber (underground woody swelling containing buds, at the base of the stems).

Locations

  • 1: bed 10 • Accession: AB 861048/1 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 2: bed 14e • Accession: A1985-2017/2 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 3: bed 159b • Accession: AC 861048/4 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 4: bed 160a • Accession: AC 861048/9 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 5: bed 163 • Accession: AC 861048/7 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 6: bed 163 • Accession: AC 861048/8 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 7: bed 163 • Accession: AC 861048/2 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 8: bed 29 • Accession: A2018-0631/3 • Provenance: Garden - wild origin
  • 9: bed 29 • Accession: A2018-0631/2 • Provenance: Garden - wild origin
  • 10: bed arbday • Accession: A1988-2149 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
  • 11: bed bank • Accession: A1996-1918 • Origin: Australia • Provenance: Wild
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