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Chamaescilla corymbosa, Asparagaceae, Blue Stars Photographed in Western Australia growing in sandy soil in full sun Australia,Chamaescilla corymbosa,Geotagged,Winter Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Chamaescilla corymbosa, Asparagaceae, Blue Stars

Photographed in Western Australia growing in sandy soil in full sun

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  1. Stunning photo! Posted one year ago
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''Chamaescilla corymbosa'', commonly known as blue stars, blue squill or mudrurt, is a tuberous perennial herb species in the genus ''Chamaescilla''. It is endemic to southern Australia.

Plants are 10 to 15 cm high and have grass-like basal leaves
The bright blue flowers have 6 petals and 6 stamens.
These appear in groups of two or more are produced from August to October in the species native range. The seed capsules contain black, glossy seeds.

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Species identified by Gary Yong Gee
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By Gary Yong Gee

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Uploaded Mar 8, 2019. Captured Aug 26, 2018 10:04 in Eneabba-Three Springs Rd, Kadathinni WA 6519, Australia.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/10.0
  • 10/1600s
  • ISO64
  • 90mm