Kangaroo Paw

Uploaded 24 May 2011
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© Bruce J Dargie
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UploadedMay 24, 2011
TakenSeptember 12, 2004
MakeNikon
ModelE5700
Exposure1/417 sec at f/5.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length71.2 mm
ISO100

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Anigozanthos is a small genus of Australian plants in the Bloodwort family Haemodoraceae. The 11 species and several subspecies are commonly known as kangaroo paw and catspaw depending on the shape of their flowers. A further species, previously identified as Anigozanthos fuliginosus and commonly known as the Black Kangaroo Paw, has been transferred to its own monotypic genus and is now known as Macropidia fuliginosa.
These perennials are endemic to dry sandy, siliceous areas of southwest Australia, but they occur as well in a variety of other environments and soil types.

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