Isopogon trilobus, commonly known as barrel- or three-lobed cone flower is a shrub that is endemic to south coastal regions of Western Australia. It has distinctive lobed leaves and yellow flowerheads which appear in spring and summer. It is one of the many species described by the botanist Robert Brown

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  • Isopogon trilobus, commonly known as barrel- or three-lobed cone flower is a shrub that is endemic to south coastal regions of Western Australia. It has distinctive lobed leaves and yellow flowerheads which appear in spring and summer. It is one of the many species described by the botanist Robert Brown (en)
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  • Atylus trilobus (R.Br.)Kuntze)
  • Atylus tripartitus (R.Br.) Kuntze)
  • Isopogon tripartitus (R.Br.)
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  • Isopogon trilobus
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  • I. trilobus
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  • Isopogon trilobus, commonly known as barrel- or three-lobed cone flower is a shrub that is endemic to south coastal regions of Western Australia. It has distinctive lobed leaves and yellow flowerheads which appear in spring and summer. It is one of the many species described by the botanist Robert Brown (en)
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  • Isopogon trilobus (en)
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