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Grevillea dryandroides subspecies hirsuta, Proteaceae This species is listed as Endangered and ranked as Rare Flora in Western Australia so it is protected by legislation. It is a low, clumping shrub to 50 cm high and it is distinguished by its suckering habit which spreads to 1m in diameter. Rigid branchlets support striking yellow-green or grey-green fern-like foliage which consists of deeply divided pinnate leaves that are 7-14cm in length. Subspecies hirsuta has persistently hairy grey-green leaves with lobes >12mm long. Typical subspecies dryandroides has yellow-green leaves with shorter lobes <10mm in length. Australia,Geotagged,Grevillea dryandroides,Winter Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

Grevillea dryandroides subspecies hirsuta, Proteaceae

This species is listed as Endangered and ranked as Rare Flora in Western Australia so it is protected by legislation. It is a low, clumping shrub to 50 cm high and it is distinguished by its suckering habit which spreads to 1m in diameter. Rigid branchlets support striking yellow-green or grey-green fern-like foliage which consists of deeply divided pinnate leaves that are 7-14cm in length. Subspecies hirsuta has persistently hairy grey-green leaves with lobes >12mm long. Typical subspecies dryandroides has yellow-green leaves with shorter lobes <10mm in length.

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  1. Wonderful find, Gary, thanks so much for sharing. Great description and photo! Posted 11 months ago
  2. Really interesting! Posted 11 months ago

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''Grevillea dryandroides'', commonly known as the phalanx grevillea, is a shrub native to the southern Western Australia.

Similar species: Proteales
Species identified by Gary Yong Gee
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By Gary Yong Gee

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Uploaded Apr 7, 2019. Captured Aug 25, 2018 10:57 in Gunyidi-Wubin Rd, Gunyidi WA 6513, Australia.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/16.0
  • 10/800s
  • ISO500
  • 90mm