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Leopard Doubletail at Balmoral, NSW

Diuris pardina at Balmoral, NSW - 4 Oct 2020
Diuris pardina at Balmoral, NSW - 4 Oct 2020
Diuris pardina at Balmoral, NSW - 4 Oct 2020
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Identification history

Diuris pardina 15 May 2021 TobiasHayashi
Diuris pardina 4 Nov 2020 JayVee
Diuris pardina 10 Oct 2020 JayVee

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found on post 2019 bush fire effected property


DerekC wrote:
   4 May 2021
Hi JayVee could you confirm the last photo includes the same species as the first two photos?
In the last photo, the group of orchids I can only see Diuris sulphurea plants. I think you have recorded two different species.
JayVee wrote:
   24 May 2021
Hi DerekC
Thank you for picking this up. I have just looked back at some of the photos and I think you are right these are different orchids. The last photo was really to show the habitat. The orchids in the last photo bloomed late Sept - early October while the Leopard Doubletails started appearing in August. I just thought it was a second flush. I will submit a new post with different photos. Thank you once again
DerekC wrote:
   24 May 2021
Hi JayVee That is perfectly alright. Sorry it took so long for somebody to get to it. You can easily edit these records to make another entry if you were thinking of separating those photos. It can be very interesting with Diuris how one species finishes and another one replaces them almost seamlessly. Same ground, same area just different species. The other issue with Diunis is they do hybridize and that can be fun where two species flowering overlaps or overlaps in some years. It does make a Moderators life more of a challenge though.

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Location information

Species information

  • Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 16 - 100 Abundance
  • 4 Oct 2020 11:51 AM Recorded on
  • JayVee Recorded by

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