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Isopogon latifolius of the family Proteaceae

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This magnificent shrub grows in the Sterling Ranges area, in the southwest corner of Western Australia.

The genus Isopogon is closely related to the genus Petrophile, which produces similar heads of flowers. In I. Latifolius the flower heads are made up of pink perianth tubes of the many flowers protruding from the hard central core.

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Isopogon latifolius of the family Proteaceae
Isopogon latifolius of the family Proteaceae
by CSIRO

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