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+ The Bushy Yate - Eucalyptus lehmannii

The Bushy Yate - Eucalyptus lehmannii

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A large number of unusual mallee eucalypts are found in the south-west of Australia. The bushy yate is one of a group of eucalypts with radiating finger-like buds, which, after flowering, develop into a dense head of seed capsules resembling a caveman's club.

It is the only eucalypt with the flowers united into a head, thus the name 'bushy yate'.

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The Bushy Yate - Eucalyptus lehmannii
The Bushy Yate - Eucalyptus lehmannii
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