Tag Archives: Stylidiaceae

Stylidium alsinoides (Stylidiaceae)

The range of lifeforms/ecological strategy in the genus Stylidium is quite impressive, given that the genus seems to be constrained to being herbs and most people familiar with Stylidiums will think of them as little rosette herbs with a basal … Continue reading

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Stylidium eriorrhizum (Stylidiaceae)

For someone so boldly beautiful, there are actually no images out there on a google search! At least not at time time of this writing. But I can understand. In my time in Paluma I had seen Stylidium eriorrhizum dozens … Continue reading

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Stylidium tenerum (Stylidiaceae)

Tiny triggerplants never fail to fascinate me. I have seen some diminutive triggerplants in Tasmania but small as they may be, they incite big excitement. This little plant which I believe is Stylidium tenerum was scarcely 5 cm tall with … Continue reading

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Stylidium capillare (Stylidiaceae)

This diminutive triggerplant was found in the savanna around Davies Creek and was barely just a few centimeners tall. It is very certainly an annual plant which grows in seeps during the wet season. It is hard to find much … Continue reading

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