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Spearbush

Pandorea doratoxylon

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Spearbush Pandorea doratoxylon
Spearbush is a twining climbing shrub found in rocky gorges in Central Australia. The leaves are divided into narrow leaflets. It has large cream bells shape flowers found in clusters. The flower has two lips. The throat of the flower have purple-brown markings with a mass of hair.

The stems form long canes which were used by the Aborigines for making spears. These stems were straightened over a fire.

Scientific Classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Lamiales
Family: Bignoniaceae
Genus: Pandorea
Species: Pandorea doratoxylon
Spearbush Images
Spearbush (Pandorea doratoxylon) - Standley Chasm, Northern Territory, Australia (May 2006)
Spearbush (Pandorea doratoxylon) - Standley Chasm, Northern Territory, Australia (May 2006)
Spearbush (Pandorea doratoxylon) - Standley Chasm, Northern Territory, Australia (May 2006)
Spearbush (Pandorea doratoxylon) - Standley Chasm, Northern Territory, Australia (May 2006)
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