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Wiktionary Daily Article 12th August 2018

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Wiktionary Daily Article 12th August 2018

Post by Pete » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:13 pm

Banksia telmatiaea, the swamp fox banksia, is a shrub that grows in
marshes and swamps along the lower west coast of Australia. It is an
upright bush up to 2 m (7 ft) tall, with narrow leaves and a pale
brown flower spike, which can produce profuse quantities of nectar. The
leaves have a green upper surface and white hairy undersurface. First
collected in the 1840s, it was not published as a separate species until
1981; as with several other similar species it was previously included
in B. sphaerocarpa (fox banksia). The shrub grows amongst scrubland in
seasonally wet lowland areas of the coastal sandplain between
Badgingarra and Serpentine in Western Australia. Reports suggest that
it is pollinated by a variety of birds and small mammals, but not much
is known of the ecology or conservation biology of this little-studied
species. Like many members of the series Abietinae, it has not been
considered to have much horticultural potential and is rarely
cultivated.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banksia_telmatiaea
Thigibh a nis le buidheachas
n a gheataibh-san a steach,
Is thigibh fòs le maladh mòr
an cùirtibh naomh a theach :
Is thugaibh dha mòr-bhuidheachas,
ainm beannaichibh gu binn.


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Matthew 7: 15-16 Complete Jewish Bible

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