Cyanthillium cinereum

Purple Fleabane at Pambula Beach, NSW

Cyanthillium cinereum at Pambula Beach, NSW - 3 Jan 2022
Cyanthillium cinereum at Pambula Beach, NSW - 3 Jan 2022
Cyanthillium cinereum at Pambula Beach, NSW - 3 Jan 2022
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Identification history

Cyanthillium cinereum 18 Jan 2022 Tapirlord
Cyanthillium cinereum 17 Jan 2022 KylieWaldon

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These were the healthiest ones I saw this trip.

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Hibbertia linearis at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Rhytidosporum procumbens (White Marianth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Juncus planifolius (Broad-leaved Rush) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Patersonia sp. at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Lycidae sp. (family) (Net-winged beetle) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Mitrasacme polymorpha (Varied Mitrewort) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 1 Jan 2023 by KylieWaldon
Vanessa kershawi (Australian Painted Lady) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Diplacodes melanopsis (Black-faced Percher) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Conocephalus upoluensis (Meadow Katydid) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Toxidia doubledayi (Lilac Grass-skipper) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Tachyglossus aculeatus (Short-beaked Echidna) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Podolobium ilicifolium (Prickly Shaggy-pea) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Cyanthillium cinereum (Purple Fleabane) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Linum marginale (Native Flax) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Thysanotus tuberosus (Common Fringe-lily) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Coronidium scorpioides (Button Everlasting) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Austrolestes leda (Wandering Ringtail) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Rhytidosporum procumbens (White Marianth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Salticidae (family) (Unidentified Jumping spider) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Trachymene composita var. composita at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Hibbertia obtusifolia (Grey Guinea-flower) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Eristalinus punctulatus (Golden Native Drone Fly) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Stylidium sp. (Trigger Plant) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 22 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Glycine sp. at Pambula Beach, NSW - 21 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Leucopogon affinis (Lance Beard-heath) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 21 Dec 2022 by KylieWaldon
Grevillea sp. (Grevillea) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Rhytidosporum procumbens (White Marianth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Thysanotus tuberosus subsp. tuberosus (Common Fringe-lily) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Lomandra multiflora (Many-flowered Matrush) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Hardenbergia violacea (False Sarsaparilla) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Hibbertia obtusifolia (Grey Guinea-flower) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Trachymene composita var. composita at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Persoonia linearis (Narrow-leaved Geebung) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Pomax umbellata (A Pomax) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Tricoryne elatior (Yellow Rush Lily) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Praxibulus sp. (genus) (A grasshopper) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Glycine clandestina (Twining Glycine) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Podolobium ilicifolium (Prickly Shaggy-pea) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Podolobium ilicifolium (Prickly Shaggy-pea) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Linum marginale (Native Flax) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Lomandra longifolia (Spiny-headed Mat-rush, Honey Reed) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Coronidium scorpioides (Button Everlasting) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Glycine microphylla (Small-leaf Glycine) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Platyptilia celidotus (Plume Moth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Platylobium formosum (Handsome Flat Pea) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Lobelia purpurascens (White Root) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Stackhousia monogyna (Creamy Candles) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Ellipsidion humerale (Common Ellipsidion) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Acacia dealbata subsp. dealbata (Silver Wattle) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Briza maxima (Quaking Grass, Blowfly Grass) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Alticini (tribe) (Unidentified flea beetle) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Billardiera sp. at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon

Location information

Sighting information

  • 3 Abundance
  • 3 Jan 2022 08:35 AM Recorded on
  • KylieWaldon Recorded by

Additional information

  • 10cm to 30cm Plant height
  • True In flower

Species information

  • Cyanthillium cinereum Scientific name
  • Purple Fleabane Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local native
  • Non-Invasive
  • Up to 261.55m Recorded at altitude
  • Machine learning
  • In flower
  • External link More information
  • Synonyms

    Vernonia cinerea Vernonia cinerea var. cinerea

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