Seeds of South Australia
Pultenaea stricta (Leguminosae)
Erect Bush-pea
List of species for Pultenaea
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Herbarium region:
South Eastern
NRM region:
South East
IBRA regions
Mount Gambier (SVP02)Southern Volcanic Plain
 Near Threatened
Bridgewater (NCP01)Naracoorte Coastal Plain
 Rare   (IUCN: RA d(ii))
Glenelg Plain (NCP02) 
 Near Threatened
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 Pultenaea]
Name derivation:
Pultenaea named after Richard Pulteney (1730 – 1801), a English physician, botanist and biographer of Carl Linnaeus. Stricta from the Latin 'strictus' meaning drawn together, straight or erect; referring to the stiff upright habit of the species.
Distribution:
Found only in the lower South-east in South Australia, growing in open or wet heaths often in damp sites or in swamps. Also found in Victoria and Tasmania.
Status:
Native. Uncommon in South Australia. Common in the other states.
Plant description:
Flowering between September and November.