Hibbertia glomerosa   Guinea Flower

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The genus Hibbertia named after George Hibbert a merchant and botanist of the late 18th and early 19th century, has possibly as many as 150 species all with very similar flowers. It is still being studied. Most flowers are are yellow. This one is found quite commonly inland in the Wheatbelt of South Western Australia.

Hibbertia glomerosa

Hibbertia glomerosa Guinea Flower

Talgomine Reserve corner 13th September 200

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Hibbertia glomerosa

W.A. Wildflower society tour 2007: Talgomine Reserve corner 13th September 2009

Added on 3rd April 2009, updated 7th April 2010

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