Ptilotus pyramidatus (Moq.) F.Muell., 1868:230
Taxonomy & Nomenclature
Synonym/s: Trichinium pyramidatum Moq., 1849:288; Ptilotus christineae R.W.Davis & Tauss, 2011:98
Last record: 160+ years ago
Rediscovered in 16 October 2010
Greater Brixton Street Wetlands, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Biology & Ecology
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