Serpentine Forest Plants Series - Leucopogon strictus

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Singleton Western Australia, Australia

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Leucopogon strictus or Pearly Beard-Heath grows in forests and woodland from Perth to Bridgetown, Albany, Narrogin and Mundaring. It is a shrub 10-70cm tall with white to pink tubular flowers 5-10mm long x 2-4mm wide with woolly tips in clusters at the end of the branch. Toothed, flat, spear-shaped leaves 5-10mm long and 2-3mm wide ending in a sharp point (Eddy Wajon Spring Wildflowers of Western Australia)

This plant was found in the Serpentine woodlands in Western Australia – August 2010
Taken with Olympus E520 and macro lens, untouched.

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Featured in Australian Women Photographers 18/06/2013
As-is Group 2010

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