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Coreopsis lanceolata L. (Asteraceae): another environmental weed for Queensland and Australia


Coreopsis lanceolata L. (Asteraceae): another environmental weed for Queensland and Australia



Plant Protection Quarterly 17(4): 168-169



Coreopsis lanceolata is native to the south-eastern United States. Currently it is naturalized in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, Australia. It is reported to be an environmental weed in and around Stanthorpe shire (New England Tableland). This attractive ornamental is spreading from roadsides to agricultural land and into natural and semi-natural habitats.

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