In October, the group of Grevillea monitors undertook a survey on the south side of Gum Flats Road where we found 151 plants, including some in flower.

Grevillea infecunda
Grevillea infecunda flower

In November we were joined by the Green Army team and searched an area on the corner of Tanners Road and Forest Road. Unfortunately we were unable to find any Grevillea in this area, but this information is still useful for our database. We are building up quite a picture of where the Grevillea infecunda does and does not occur!

A huge thank you to everyone for volunteering your time to help with the data collection. The information is used to help inform many aspects of our work. I would also like to take this opportunity to wish you all a safe and happy Christmas.

Rani Hunt

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