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Parietaria debilis - Pellitory

 Pellitory is one of the few plants on which a migratory butterfly, the yellow admiral, breeds. The admiral detects plants by their scent, and lays its eggs usually on the underside of the leaves.

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Myoporum insulare 

Growing to 5 m high and with and flowers that occur between August and December. The flowers are white with purple spots that produce a succulent fruit

Melaleuca systena - Coast honey-myrtle

A spreading shrub, growing to 1.5 m on coastal stabilised dunes or limestone which produces yelow or white flowers from August to December

Melaleuca huegelii - Chenille honeymyrtle

A tree or shrub that can grow to 5 m high.  The highly scented Pink, lilac or purple flowers occur between November and January. 

Lomandra maritima - Maritime mat-rush 

A perennial herb growing on sand, that has separate male and female plants. The clumps grow to 60cm across. Small Purple and yellow flowers are hidden low in the plant at the leaf base between August to November.

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Flora composite pictures supplied by Dr. Judith Fischer

NATIVE COASTAL PLANTS LIST – RELEVANT TO PROJECTS
(taken from ‘Coastal Plants – Perth and the South-West Region’ Elizabeth Rippey and Barbara Rowland.and 'Perth Plants' by Russell Barrett and Eng Pin Tay) 
(Compiled by Walter Kolb for Stirling Natural Environment Coastcare - as known and revised at 18 Feb 2013) 

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