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Grevillea petrophiloides (Pink Pokers) is a shrub grevillea native to Western Australia. It is 1 to 3 metres high, with thin, needle-like leaves and dense, cylindrical flowers. Grevillea petrophiloides occurs in sandy and rocky areas. The fruits are sticky follicles, 5 to 7 centimetres long.
The specific name "petrophiloides" comes from the similar appearance of the leaves with the genus Petrophile.
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- "Grevillea petrophilloides". Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants. Retrieved 2008-04-12.
- "Grevillea petrophilloides". FloraBase. Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
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