Taxon

Hibiscus insularis

 
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Hibiscus insularis - Phillip Island Hibiscus
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Common name: Phillip Island Hibiscus
Family: Malvaceae (Mallow)
Distribution: Phillip Island
National red list: Critically Endangered
Life form: Evergreen shrub/sub-shrub
Comments: Phillip Island, south of Norfolk Island. This species, along with the rest of the island's vegetation, was under threat due to grazing by pigs, goats and rabbits. The removal of these feral animals has led to the regeneration of the population with seedlings surviving next to the original plants.

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  • 1: bed 103 • Accession: 16216/23 • Origin: Australia
  • 2: bed 103 • Accession: 16216/15 • Origin: Australia
  • 3: bed 103 • Accession: 16216/14 • Origin: Australia
  • 4: bed 103 • Accession: 16216/22 • Origin: Australia
  • 5: bed 130b • Accession: 16216/7 • Origin: Australia
  • 6: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/1 • Origin: Australia
  • 7: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/25 • Origin: Australia
  • 8: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/37 • Origin: Australia
  • 9: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/26 • Origin: Australia
  • 10: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/27 • Origin: Australia
  • 11: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/34 • Origin: Australia
  • 12: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/24 • Origin: Australia
  • 13: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/35 • Origin: Australia
  • 14: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/28 • Origin: Australia
  • 15: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/33 • Origin: Australia
  • 16: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/32 • Origin: Australia
  • 17: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/31 • Origin: Australia
  • 18: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/30 • Origin: Australia
  • 19: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/29 • Origin: Australia
  • 20: bed 66 • Accession: 16216/36 • Origin: Australia
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