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Hibbertia grossulariifolia
Hibbertia grossulariifolia
Hibbertia grossulariifolia

Wikipedia description

Hibbertia grossulariifolia is a prostrate shrub species that is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It spreads up to 1.2 metres in diameter and has yellow flowers which appear between August and December in the species native range.

The species, initially named as Burtonia grossulariaefolia, was first formally described in 1807 by English botanist Richard Salisbury in The Paradisus Londinensis. It was subsequently placed by him in the genus Hibbertia.

Scientific classification

Clade: Basal Eudicots
Order: Dilleniales
Family: Dilleniaceae
Species: Hibbertia grossulariifolia


Sample nameSample codeTissueRNA extractorSample providerBLASTSRA dataAssembly data
This sample is NOT available in BLAST service, because it was identified as mislabeled and/or contaminated and not analyzed for the 1KP publication [Nature 574, 679–685 (2019)]. Its data was released nonetheless as some find even these data useful. More information is given at [GigaScience 8, giz126 (2019)], including estimates of which particular sequences might be problematic.
--M. MelkonianM. Melkonian--