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Silky Pomaderris - profile

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Scientific name: Pomaderris sericea
Conservation status in NSW: Endangered
Commonwealth status: Vulnerable
Profile last updated: 17 Aug 2018

Description

The Silky Pomaderris is a low shrub, less than 2 m tall, with shining, golden-brown hairs on new growth. Its leaves are elliptical, to 20 mm long by 5 mm wide, with shining golden-brown hairs only on the lower surface. Its flowers are cream-coloured, and grow in clusters at the branch tops.

Distribution

In NSW, Silky Pomaderris is known only from Morton National Park near Bundanoon and from Wollemi National Park. Silky Pomaderris has also been recorded in north-eastern Victoria.

Habitat and ecology

  • There are only two Silky Pomaderris records in NSW that give details of habitat so it is difficult to generalise about the habitat preferences of the species. Both of these records, however, are from open forest on sandstone. The Bundanoon collection was made at the foot of a cliff.
  • In Victoria it grows in low shrubland on rock within the flood level of the river.
  • Flowering (in Victoria) takes place in October.

Regional distribution and habitat

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Information sources

IBRA Bioregion IBRA Subregion Known or predicted Geographic restrictions region
Sydney BasinBurragorang Predicted None
Sydney BasinEttrema Known None
Sydney BasinKerrabee Known None
Sydney BasinMoss Vale Predicted Within 5 km of sandstone escarpment
Sydney BasinWollemi Predicted None