Tetratheca rupicola

Tetratheca rupicola

''Tetratheca rupicola'' is a species of plant in the quandong family that is endemic to Australia.
Black-eyed Susan - Tetratheca rupicola  Australia,Black-eyed Susan,Geotagged,Rudbeckia hirta,Spring,Tetratheca rupicola

Appearance

The species grows as a compact or diffuse shrub to 20–40 cm in height. The solitary pink flowers have petals 6–15 mm long, appearing from October to December.
Black-eyed susan - Tetratheca rupicola  Australia,Geotagged,Spring,Tetratheca rupicola

Distribution

The plants grow in sandy and rocky soils in heath and sclerophyll forest in the Blue Mountains of central eastern New South Wales.

Habitat

The plants grow in sandy and rocky soils in heath and sclerophyll forest in the Blue Mountains of central eastern New South Wales.

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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderOxalidales
FamilyElaeocarpaceae
GenusTetratheca
SpeciesT. rupicola
Photographed in
Australia