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tasmanian waratah
Telopea truncata


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Tasmanian Waratah

Tasmanian Waratah
The Tasmanian waratah Telopea truncata is one of the five members of the Telopea genus, each endemic to different regions of Australia, and a member of the Proteaceae family. The plant was first described botanically by the French botanist Jacques Labillardière in 1805. These waratahs grow as small trees: see the inset note at top right. This one was flowering alongside the road in western Tasmania as we drove past (and very promptly stopped for photos).

HelenaPF, ColRam, Ton Sirisomphone, sailers and 9 other people have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
 Barra1man
Barra1man
A terrific macro shot! Great color and detail.
Have a grand day!

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6 years ago.
 beverley
beverley club
o0o I have never seen anything quite like these before,
the colour is so lovely and as I look at them I almost
expect them to move like sea anenomies do ... not
sure I have spelt that correctly (doing it from memory)
but from your note at the side, it is quite large, well taken
indeed ... I would have wanted to have stopped and
looked more closely also oOo
6 years ago.
 Simone Maurel
Simone Maurel club
i don't know ...what a lovely colour
6 years ago.
 Peter Van Der Houwen
Peter Van Der Houwen
Amazing close-up!
6 years ago.
 Treasa Ui Cionaodha
Treasa Ui Cionaodha club
Stunning capture of this Tasmanian waratah. Great info and lovely inset photo. Well done George Regards Tess.
6 years ago.
 Fantasyfan
Fantasyfan
Such fascinating flower
6 years ago.
 Meadowmom
Meadowmom club
The flower is unique and amazing to me.. yes, Protea is the family it would be in...still the foliage and the habit of the plant scream "wild rhododendron".
6 years ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
Thank you everyone for your kind comments and faves on this. I hadn't seen the Tasmanian Waratah myself previously and was very impressed by it.
6 years ago.
 Gillian Everett
Gillian Everett club
Love the rich tones on this fascinating flower.
6 years ago.
tiabunna club has replied to Gillian Everett club
Thank you, Gillian.
6 years ago.
 ColRam
ColRam club
superbe
2 years ago.

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