banksia /ˈbaŋksɪə/

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I. noun

an evergreen Australian shrub which typically has narrow leathery leaves and spikes of bottlebrush-like flowers.

●Genus Banksia, family Proteaceae.
– origin modern Latin, named after Sir Joseph Banks (see Banks, Sir Joseph).

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