Hakea pulvinifera is a small shrub, growing to four metres tall. It is found only on one rocky hillside near Keepit Dam, near Gunnedah in New South Wales, Australia. Research indicates it only reproduces by root suckers. The entire species may be of only one genetically unique individual.
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