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Isopogon
Isopogon cuneatus.JPG
Isopogon cuneatus
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Eudicots
Order: Proteales
Family: Proteaceae
Subfamily: Proteoideae
Tribe: Leucadendreae
Subtribe: Isopogoninae
Genus: Isopogon
R.Br. ex Knight
Type species
Isopogon anemonifolius[1]
Species

35 spp.

 Isopogon anethifolius, Maranoa Gardens
Isopogon anethifolius, Maranoa Gardens

Isopogon is a genus of 35 species of mainly low-growing and prostrate perennial shrubs in the family Proteaceae endemic to Australia. They are found throughout Australia, though Western Australia has the greatest variety with 27 of the 35 species found there. They are popularly known as drumsticks due to the shape of their inflorescences.

Several species are grown in gardens, though they are nowhere near as well known or cultivated as their fellow Proteaceae members Grevillea or Banksia.

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Classification

They are members of the subfamily Proteoideae (which includes South African genera such as Protea, Leucospermum & Leucadendron), within the Proteaceae.

Genetics

Isopogon have 13 haploid chromosomes.[2]

Species

References

  1. ^ "Isopogon R.Br. ex Knight". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government. Retrieved 24 December 2015. 
  2. ^ Ramsay, H. P. (1963). "Chromosome numbers in the proteaceae". Australian Journal of Botany. 11: 1. doi:10.1071/BT9630001. 
  • Foreman, DB (1995). "Isopogon". In McCarthy, Patrick (ed.). Flora of Australia: Volume 16: Eleagnaceae, Proteaceae 1. CSIRO Publishing / Australian Biological Resources Study. pp. 194–223. ISBN 0-643-05693-9. 

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