Zamia (Macrozamia riedlei)
The Zamia is native to Western Australia. It looks like a palm, but is actually a cycad, a type of plant with prehistoric ancestry. The fruit is toxic, but was eaten as bush tucker by the local Aboriginal people once properly prepared (don't try it at home kids).
- Size: A6 [10x15cm]
- Blank inside
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Western Australian wildflowers.
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