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Kunzea ambigua (Myrtaceae) 1:202

 

Kunzea ambigua is a tall native shrub has narrow leaves about 1cm long, and grows in sandy heaths in the east and on the Bass Strait islands. The fruit is a soft capsule (unlike the woody capsules of Eucalyptus, Melaleuca, Callistemon and most Leptospermum spp). The plants are quite strongly honey-scented when in flower.
 

  

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