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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common just below high tide mark, in deep rock pools within sea caves.

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Square

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common along low tide mark on coarse granitic rock. Often associated with a small whelk of some sort as seen here.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Abundant on coarse granitic rock exposed near low tide mark.

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Square

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common on Mytilus edulis near low tide mark.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Occasional trees - some planted others naturalised from these noted along beach and in surrounding forest.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Abundant at low tide mark. Attached to coarse granitic rock. Associated with Hormosira banksii, Corallina officinalis, Capreola implexa and Laurencia thyrsifera.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Abundant at low tide mark. Associated with Carpophyllum maschalocarpum, Corallina officinalis and Laurencia thyrsifera.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common along low tide mark. Associated with Hormosira banksii and Carpophyllum maschalocarpum.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Planted on the side of the road.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Kunzea ericoides forest and flowering specimens. Most trees in full flower. This is Kunzea ericoides s.s. which is endemic to the northern South Island and which was described from specimens collected from the Astrolabe Passage (now within nearby Abel Tasman National Park) in the 1820's by the French.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Another hybrid - this one trending to local indigenous L. scoparium race - with erect growth habit but still strongly pigmented flowers. For other hybrids see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341725, https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341559

For planted cultivars causing hybridisation at this site see: https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341462, https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341343

For an example of the local indigenous race of Leptospermum scoparium see:

https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36339637

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Robles Australianos Y Parientes Género Grevillea

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Sparingly naturalised from deliberate plantings along roadside.

Not sure which species or cultivar this one is.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Another hybrid plant - this one trending toward the local indigenous race of Leptospermum scoparium (see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36339637) but flowers still very pink and in this one growth habit sprawling with branches semi-erect then pendulous.

For planted cultivars at this location see:

https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341462
https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341343

For another example of a hybrid see:

https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341559

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

One of many hybrid plants seen growing along roadside and into surrounding forest. these pinkish 'messes' presumably resulting from hybridisation between local indigenous Leptospermum scoparium and the bizarre pink and double-flowered L. scoparium cultivars planted along roadside - see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341343, https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341462. This is the first time I have seen direct evidence of hybridisation between indigenous Leptospermum scoparium and planted cultivars of that species complex in the wild. A real worry - though not unexpected.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Another ghastly example of a Leptospermum scoparium cultivar planted along roadside - the other has double pink flowers - see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341343 both cultivars hybridising with local indigenous Leptospermum scoparium agg. - see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341559

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

One of the (to my eye anyway) ghastly cultivars of kahikatoa / manuka that some creative soul has planted along the roadside leading to Split Apple Rock. A disastrous move - as these double pink and red (see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341462) mutations - though mostly with andromonoecious flowers have hybridised with the local indigenous Leptospermum - see https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36341559 (hybrid). This is the first time I have seen direct evidence of hybridism from deliberate plantings of L. scoparium cultivars into the local indigenous gene pool of the L. scoparium complex.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:01 PM NZDT

Descripción

Dominant shrub / tree in regenerating forest either side of the road. Kunzea just coming into full flower at this location.

These images are of Kunzea ericoides s.s. - a northern South Island endemic.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 03:00 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common in Kunzea ericoides dominated regenerating forest. Heavily flowering. Images show mixes of perfect and andromonoecious flowers.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:48 PM NZDT

Descripción

Locally common - saxicolous, terricolous and corticolous on exposed marble, associated soil and tree roots. Growing admixed with Stellaria parviflora, Australina pusilla and Oxalis magellanica.

Lichen photobiont cyanobacterial. Thallus without isidia, phyllidia or soredia, maculae present but weakly developed. Upper surface without pseudocyphellae, pale grey when dry, colouring blue-black when wet, smooth, glabrous; underside pseudocyphellate, tomentose, hairs white to pale brown.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 02:44 PM NZDT

Descripción

Dominant tree in regenerating indigenous forest. Images show tree canopy, trunk and bark, seedlings, distinctive glabrescent linear foliage (note bright yellow-green colour typical of this species) and branchlets - note these appear glabrous (they do have sparse, fine, patent (divergent) hairs - but these can usually only be seen using a 20× magnification hand lens when in the field). Note also the flowers which are very shortly pedicellate.

These are features of Kunzea ericoides s.s. a northern South Island endemic that was originally described from specimens collected by the French from Astrolabe Passage in what is now Abel Tasman National Park in the 1820s (probably 1826).

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:48 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common in shaded sites as ground cover. Growing admixed with Australina pusilla and Cardamine dolichostyla amongst marble outcrops along side of track above Riwaka River.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 27, 2019 12:54 PM NZDT

Descripción

Locally common on mine tailings in old asbestos (serpentinite) mine site. Plants often under kahikatoa (Leptospermum scoparium var. scoparium) sometimes in open ground. Growth habit sprawling to lianoid. Foliage pinkish-green to orange-yellow, flowers white.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 02:44 PM NZDT

Descripción

Locally common. Growing admixed with kanuka (Kunzea ericoides). Small trees up to 6 m tall, leaves unusually soft, leaf margins and branchlets sericeous. Flowers white.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:48 PM NZDT

Descripción

Abundant on the stipes and root masses of wheki (Dicksonia squarrosa).

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:48 PM NZDT

Descripción

One adult noted initially hiding on forest floor amongst leaf litter. When disturbed flying with distinct 'jerky' movements onto nearby Rubus australis vine to rest up.

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Manuka Leptospermum scoparium

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:21 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common with Kunzea ericoides in regenerating shrub and forest either side of road. Shrubs to small trees with spreading to erect branches, lanceolate, leaves with sericeous leaf margins. Flowers with petals often basally tinged pink , stamens and stigma often red.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 30, 2019 08:58 AM NZDT

Descripción

Uncommon - noted on forest floor emerging from twigs of black beech (Fuscospora solandri).

Noted for Farewell Spit - Wharariki Bioblitz 2019

Fotos / Sonidos

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:48 PM NZDT

Descripción

Common on forest floor near Riwaka River

Fotos / Sonidos

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 26, 2019 12:21 PM NZDT

Descripción

Not sure of species yet - will need to do some chemistry.

Locally common on kanuka (Kunzea ericoides s.s.) growing along roadside.

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pjd1

Fecha

Noviembre 29, 2019 07:16 PM NZDT

Descripción

Local along roadside. This species is common in the adjacent Wakamarama Range up to the Pakawau - Kahoka Lakes Road along which it is then completely replaced by Kunzea amathicola (see for example https://inaturalist.nz/observations/36278413). Growing as part of understorey under totara (Podocarpus totara var. totara).

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