Seeds of South Australia
Hydrocotyle trachycarpa (Umbelliferae)
Wild Parsley
List of species for Hydrocotyle
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Herbarium regions:
North Western, Lake Eyre, Gairdner-Torrens, Flinders Ranges, Eastern, Eyre Peninsula
NRM regions:
Alinytjara Wilurara, Eyre Peninsula, South Australian Arid Lands
IBRA regions
SUMMARY
Olary Spur (FLB03)Flinders Lofty Block
 Rare   (IUCN: RA d(ii))   (Probable Decline)
Southern Flinders (FLB04) 
 Least Concern
Northern Flinders (FLB05) 
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
Central Flinders (FLB06) 
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
Myall Plains (GAW01)Gawler
 Near Threatened   (Probable Decline)
Gawler Volcanics (GAW02) 
 Least Concern
Kintore (GVD04)Great Victoria Desert
 Near Threatened   [in rock crevices]
Bimbowrie (BHC05)Broken Hill Complex
 Rare   (IUCN: RA d(ii))   (Probable Decline)
Breakaways (STP01)Stony Plains
 Near Threatened   [in rock crevices]
Mann-Musgrave Block (CER01)Central Ranges
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
Watarru (CER02) 
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
Everard Block (CER03) 
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
Tieyon (FIN03)Finke
 Least Concern   [in rock crevices]
IBRA regions
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4 of 6 subregionsFlinders Lofty BlockLeast Concern
, Rare
2 of 8 subregionsGawlerLeast Concern
, Near Threatened
Kintore (GVD04)Great Victoria DesertNear Threatened
  [in rock crevices]
Bimbowrie (BHC05)Broken Hill ComplexRare
  (IUCN: RA d(ii))   (Probable Decline)
Breakaways (STP01)Stony PlainsNear Threatened
  [in rock crevices]
3 of 3 subregionsCentral RangesLeast Concern
Tieyon (FIN03)FinkeLeast Concern
  [in rock crevices]
RSCA map:
Regional Species Conservation Assessments per IBRA subregion. Please click the thumbnail map.
AVH map:
Australian distribution map (external link)
SA Census:
Census of South Australian plants (external link)     [genus Hydrocotyle]
Name derivation:
Hydrocotyle from the Greek 'hydro' meaning water and 'kotyle' meaning a dish or plate; alluding to the shape of the leaves slightly depressed in the centre. Pterocarpa from the Greek 'ptero' meaning winged and 'carpos' meaning fruit; referring to the  winged fruits.