File:Astroloma conostephioides (Flame Heath) (4871573044).jpg
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This small heathland/woodland shrub is a favourite food of the emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) when in flower, as evidenced by the large, bright red cow-pat sized droppings left behind!
|Source||Astroloma conostephioides (Flame Heath)|
|Author||Rexness from Melbourne, Australia|
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