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The 50 beautiful Australian plants at greatest risk of extinction — and how to save them

By Jennifer Silcock, Post-doctoral research fellow, The University of Queensland
Jaana Dielenberg, University Fellow, Charles Darwin University
Roderick John Fensham, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland
Teghan Collingwood, Research Technician, The University of Queensland
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Many threatened plant species aren't being targeted for conservation. Identifying which are closest to being lost forever is the first step to protect them.

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