A Field Guide to Native Flora Used by Honeybees in Tasmania by Mark Leech

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Hans and Annie Wapstra Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 2 44 1 1 1-5 2-20 55 54 56 55 Heaths, Epacris species Plant Type Ground flora and shrubs (mostly <1 m, some up to 5 m) Vegetation Communities Coastal vegetation, heathlands, dry sclerophyll forest and woodland Flowers Various, many with bright white tubular flowers. © Hans and Annie Wapstra Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data 56 Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering 105 7238 1 57 Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 2-7 1-5 0-5 58 57 Black Peppermint, Eucalyptus amygdalina Plant Type Medium tree (to 30 m) Vegetation Communities Dry sclerophyll forest and woodland, coastal communities Flowers/other features Narrow willow-like leaves; rough bark on whole trunk and on to upper branches.

Hans and Annie Wapstra Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data 60 Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering 1 25 4 61 Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 2 5 0 62 61 White Top/Gumtopped Stringybark, Eucalyptus delegatensis subsp. tasmaniensis Plant Type Large tree (20–90 m) Vegetation Communities Wet and dry sclerophyll forest, generally at higher elevations Flowers/other features Fruit in groups of 7–15; persistent bark on base, deciduous on upper trunk; “seedlings” red-stemmed with leaves blue/green and almost circular.

Hans and Annie Wapstra Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data 46 Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering 5 110 1 47 Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 1-2 4 4-14 48 47 Prickly Bottlebrush, Callistemon viridiflorus Plant Type Erect shrub (1–2 m) Vegetation Communities Various and widespread, but often at higher elevations in poorly-drained and rocky sites Flowers Bottlebrush-like spike of pale yellow to greenish yellow flowers.

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