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Variation in age to first flowering and fruiting of Banksia baxteri and Banksia coccinea at the Stirling Range, south-western Australia



Variation in age to first flowering and fruiting of Banksia baxteri and Banksia coccinea at the Stirling Range, south-western Australia



Journal Of The Royal Society Of Western Australia: 4, 269-273



Age of first flowering (juvenile period) and fruiting were compared between cohorts of <i>Banksia baxteri</i> and <i>Banksia coccinea</i> established following fires in autumn 1989 and spring 1990 at a uniform site in the Stirling Range, south-western Australia. Following the 1989 fire both species commenced flowering by the time that plants were 59 months old, and more than 90% of individuals had flowered by the age of 97 months.

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