For the month of March we join PhD candidate from Griffith University, Tamara Taylor, who will guide us in taking a closer look at the endangered plant Gossia gonoclada or the Angle-stemmed Myrtle. In this first video Tamara explains what this plant looks like and where it is found in South East Queensland.
Stay tuned for the continuation of this case study on Gossia gonoclada where Tamara will tell us more about why this species is so rare and what we might be able to to do to help.
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