Showing 6 wildflowers from the Brigalow Belt South region

Bancroft Wattle

Bancroft Wattle

Classification: Fabaceae - Acacia - bancroftii

Strangely shaped large phyllodes up to about 20cm long are a distinctive feature of this wattle from SE Qld. Each phyllode is a stem modified to carry out photosynthesis ,

Updated: 27 Dec 2014
Flannel Cudweed

Flannel Cudweed

Classification: Asteraceae - Actinobole - uliginosum

Prostrate to decumbent annual, herb, 0.01-0.12 m high. Fl. yellow, Jul to Oct. Red sand or loam, granitic soils. Variety of habitats.

Updated: 19 Nov 2014
Flannel Flower

Flannel Flower

Classification: Apiaceae - Actinotus - Actinotus helianthi

The delicate flannel flower is so named because of the soft woolly feel of the plant. Growing in the NSW south coast region, extending to Narrabri in the Central West and up to south-east Queensland,

Updated: 13 Oct 2018
Glossodia spp or Cockatoo or waxlip orchid

Glossodia spp or Cockatoo or waxlip orchid

Classification: Orchidaceae - Glossodia - major

Single stem, single leaf at ground level. 10 to 12 cm high Found in all states except WA and NT

Updated: 07 Oct 2014
Grevillea longistyla

Grevillea longistyla

Classification: Proteaceae - Grevillea - longistyla

An understorey shrub with an open growth habit. Large red flowers have long styles, giving this grevillea its species name of "longistyla".

Updated: 11 Nov 2014
Velvet Wattle, Wyberba Wattle

Velvet Wattle, Wyberba Wattle

Classification: Fabaceae - Acacia - pubifolia

A rare wattle is this small erect or spreading tree or shrub. It grows to to about 8 m high and has fissured, dark grey bark. Phyllodes are silvery grey-green and tapering at either end,

Updated: 11 Nov 2014