Australia (N); South Australia ; Victoria ; Tasmania (N) as per ILDIS;


Fabaceae week-18-Australia.: spreading shrubSwainsona lesertifolia.

I wonder.How could you manage catching so many plants?

Most of our visits were in bush-land areas, parks and protected areas.
people there care for their natural heritage. every home garden is having native plants.
They have very vast land even though 2/3 area is desert and vast sea coastline being a largest island.
Most of the plants are either full of nector or honey and oil, gum and terpentine, other natural resources like coal and minerals are many,and just sufficiant rainfall.
the land is having wonderful fauna, and animals. 24 spp of vinonymus serpents etc and above everything population is very less and our visit was in spring and summer..