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Hakea propinqua is a common shrub found in heathlands near Sydney, Australia. It features a large warty fruiting body and small pale yellow flowers. Leaves are around 3 cm long, 1 mm wide and with a sharp tip, around 1 mm long. Leaves are softer and at a smaller angle to the stem than the related Needlebush.
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