Seringia exastia

This rare and endangered (threatened) species, formerly from the Keraudrenia genus, which have all been renamed Seringia, is found near Broome and in the Great Sandy Desert. It has not been seen to set seed after years of study.

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Keraudrenia exastia Keraudrenia exastia 2 Keraudrenia exastia Keraudrenia exastia plant community Keraudrenia exastia with Dodonoea coriacea and Acacia coriacea Keraudrenia and the sandy soil it grows in

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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