|Diuris sulphurea at Lawson|
Diuris latifolia Rupp
It occurs in South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and the Queensland. It was one of many species first described by the botanist Robert Brown. It has grass-like leaves and yellow flowers with red-brown blotches. It grows to 50 cm, with flowers up to 30 mm.
- "Diuris sulphurea R.Br.". Australian Plant Name Index (APNI), IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
- http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/148748/20141009-1422/canberranaturemap.org/community/sighting/16268.html Tiger Orchid
- Beaton, Esther, Conservation & Agriculture (1981-11-06), Tiger orchid, Diuris sulphurea, also called Hornet orchid, plants in flower, Black Mountain, Canberra; phylum/division: Magnoliophyta; family: Orchidaceae, retrieved 17 March 2015
- David L. Jones. "New South Wales Flora Online: Diuris sulphurea". Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust, Sydney, Australia.
- Clive & Merle Trigg, "Wildflowers of the Brisbane Ranges", CSIRO Publishing 2000
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