Hibbertia huegelii

Meaning of name:  Hibbertia is in honour of George Hibbert (1757 – 1837), a nurseryman of Clapham, London. Huegelii honours Carl Alexander Anselm, Baron von Hugel (1796 – 1870), an Austrian traveler and naturalist who visited the Swan River and King George Sound in 1833.

Distribution: Occurs from Eneabba to Harvey.

Description: A shrub to 50 centimetres tall with leaves up to 65 millimetres long by 2 millimetres wide. The yellow flowers are up to 35 millimetres across and can be found from August to November.

References: Western Australian Plant Names and their Meanings, a Glossary. FA Sharr. 1996.
Flora of the Perth Region. NG Marchant, JR Wheeler, BL Rye, EM Bennett, NS Lander, TD Macfarlane. 1987.