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Solanum simile

1 Flinders Chase, SA

Solanum simile at Flinders Chase, SA - 24 Jan 2021
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Identification history

Solanum simile 9 Sep 2021 jksmits
Solanum sp. 8 Sep 2021 PatrickCampbell
Solanum simile 8 Sep 2021 PatrickCampbell
Solanum sp. 21 Aug 2021 laura.williams

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Tapirlord wrote:
   29 Aug 2021
I belive this is Solanum simile, or the oondoroo, which might just be the best name for a plant ev
jksmits wrote:
   6 Sep 2021
Something weird going on with adding this species. Will need to get help from Aaron and Pat.
   8 Sep 2021
I agree that this is Solanum simile and tried adding the species, as it was not listed on the drop-down menu, however you're right that it's not taking. The best I could do is confirm it as Solanum sp. We might need admin to add the species.
jksmits wrote:
   8 Sep 2021
Hi Patrick can you confirm whether you added the species from a mobile device or not? I will take it up the chain. Really weird black hole.
   9 Sep 2021
G'day mate. I think it was on an iPad although there's a chance it was on a lap-top, as I usually do ID's on a larger screen. Thanks for your help.
jksmits wrote:
   10 Sep 2021
Works now, thanks everyone.
   15 Sep 2021
Good to hear, my pleasure.

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 101 - 1,000 Abundance
  • 24 Jan 2021 08:46 AM Recorded on
  • laura.williams Recorded by

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