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Recent observations

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jon_sullivan

Date

April 3, 2016 01:15 PM NZST

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What

Chilean rhubarb Gunnera tinctoria

Observer

esler

Date

February 2, 2016

Description

Chilean Rhubarb.
Biggest leaf 178cm diameter

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john_barkla

Date

March 29, 2016

Description

Common amongst low trackside herbfield

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john_barkla

Date

March 29, 2016

Description

Abundant on track and in damp trackside grassland and scrub

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vilseskog

Date

March 17, 2016 11:03 AM EDT

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john_barkla

Date

March 27, 2016

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

One of several populations that were planted to augment the small natural population

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john_barkla

Date

March 27, 2016

Description

On damp rock of coastal cliff

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john_barkla

Date

March 25, 2016

Description

Common on wet valley floor beneath manuka scrub

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What

Chilean rhubarb Gunnera tinctoria

Observer

nzwide

Date

March 27, 2016

Description

Growing roadside

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Square

Date

March 26, 2016 11:32 AM NZDT

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What

Chilean rhubarb Gunnera tinctoria

Observer

damontighe

Date

March 18, 2016 07:43 AM PDT
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Description from Wikipedia

The Gunnerales are an order of flowering plants. In the APG III system (2009) it contains two genera: Gunnera (in family Gunneraceae) and Myrothamnus (in family Myrothamnaceae). In the Cronquist system (1981), the Gunneraceae were in the Haloragales and Myrothamnaceae in the Hamamelidales. DNA analysis was definitive, but the grouping of both families was a surprise, given their very dissimilar morphologies. In Cronquist's old system (1981, 1988), and Takhtajan's (1997), the Gunneraceae were in the Rosidae,...

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