Dendrocnide moroides also known as the stinging brush mulberry leaved stinger gympie gympie stinger stinger the suicide plant or moonlighter is a plant in the nettle family urticaceae common to rainforest areas in the north east of australia. 91 269 530 353 gympie regional council acknowledges the traditional owners of the land and pays its respect to the elders of the past present and emerging.
The profile is updated with population estimates when the australian bureau of statistics abs releases new figures.
Gympie gympie plant profile. Description gympie stinger is a shrub to 4 m tall in the nettle family. The gympie regional council area community profile provides demographic analysis for the regional council and its suburbs based on results from the 2011 2006 2001 1996 and 1991 censuses of population and housing. The gympie gympie plant dendrocnide moroides is a member of the nettle family urticaceae and is quite notorious in the plant world for its painful sting it has many common names as well including the stinging brush mulberry leaved stinger gympie stinger the suicide plant or moonlighter.
Growth is expected to continue. The native guava a favourite bush tucker for many gympie region residents is one of the first australian plants to be pushed to the brink of extinction by a fungal plant disease which has. Gympie gympie its common and original name comes from the language of the indigenous gubbi gubbi people of south queensland.
1300 307 800 email. Dendrocnide moroides 6cuumlkpey8 download skin now. Po box 155 gympie queensland australia 4570.
Small insignificant flowers are arranged in bunches. The large heart shaped leaves are toothed and densely covered in stinging hairs that cause intense and persistent pain when they contact the skin. Gympie bush moonlighter gympie nature conservation act 1992 nca status least concern conservation significant no confidential no endemicity native pest status nil other resources the australasian virtual herbarium avh atlas of living australia data source this profile data is sourced from the qld wildlife data api using the get species by.
This minecraft skin i made is based on one of the most venomous plants in the world. The population of the region increased from the 1990s rising from about 191 000 in 1991 to over 291 000 in 2016. The gympy gympy plant.
Split second contact with the dendrocnide tree a rainforest nettle known by its indigenous name gympie gympie delivers a sting far more potent than similar plants found in the us or europe. The minecraft skin gympie gympie plant was posted by duckman1980. Most of this growth was in the fraser coast regional council area particularly in hervey bay and the bundaberg regional council area and to a lesser extent in the gympie regional council area.