Isopogon divaricatus (Andrews) Roem. & Schult.


Family: Proteaceae

Genus: Isopogon

Description: 

Protea with straddling leaves, many-cleft, long, linear, round, and spreading. Flowers grow in close round heads of a yellow colour. (Bot. Repos. - P. divaricata)

History: 

Published in Syst. Veg., ed. 15 bis (Roemer & Schultes) in 1824 (? - source not found) and by Sweet in Hort. Brit. (Sweet), ed. 2. 443 in 1830.

Also published in Bot. Repos. 7: 465 in 1806-7 as Protea divaricata which is the basionym.

Native to Australia.

Some sources think it may be a synonym of Isopogon anemonefolius (Salisb.) Salisb. ex Knight.

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