Corunastylis clivicola D.L.Jones 2007

Plant and Flowers in situ Australia Photos by Tobias Hayashi and The Tobias Hayashi Website

Part shade Cold Summer Fall

Common Name The ?Living Corunastylis

Flower Size

Found in New South Wales Australia in dry open forests, heathy forests and woodlands as a mini-miniature to small sized, cold growing terrestrial with a single leaf adpressed to the peduncle below the lowest flower that blooms in the summer and fall on an erect, .4 to 1.6" [1 to 4 cm] long, moderately crowded, 1 to 25 flowered inflorescnce

"Previously confused with C. tepperi (which can be readily distinguished by its crowded inflorescence of green flowers with a dark reddish black labellum) and C. rufa which is now understood to be confined to central coastal New South Wales. Specimens from the western part of its range tend to have shorter floral segments and may represent a distinct taxon." The Flora of Victoria Website

Synonyms Genoplesium clivicola (D.L.Jones) J.M.H.Shaw 2014

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ;