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The Swamp Daisy - Actinodium cunninghamii

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The Swamp Daisy is a remarkable plant found growing in low, sandy areas between Albany and the Fitzgerald River, WA.

It is not a daisy but a myrtle. The white flowers are sterile and the red inner ones are hermaphrodite.

It is unusual in having flowers parts in fours instead of fives. Actinodium is a monotypic genus, endemic to Western Australia.

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The Swamp Daisy - Actinodium cunninghamii
The Swamp Daisy - Actinodium cunninghamii
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