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Granite Belt Phebalium
Phebalium whitei is a small shrub growing to about 60 cm in height. It has elongated oval leaves that grow to about 6 cm long and 1 cm wide. The top of the leaves is bright green and underside has scales. It produces clusters of bright yellow five petalled flowers in spring. the flower petals are about 8 mm long. The species is listed as vulnerable under the Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulation 2006 (Queensland).
grows amongst granite rocks, in rock crevices and open heathland.
Phebalium whitei is found in south east Queensland around Stanthorpe including Girraween National Park
|Common Name:||Granite Belt Phebalium|
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