Spiny-head mat-rush : News Photo

Spiny-head mat-rush

Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia), flower head. Aboriginal people use the strap leaves for nets and baskets; the base of the leaves can be eaten and the seeds ground and used in damper bread. Don River estuary, northwest Tasmania, Australia. (Photo by Auscape/UIG via Getty Images)
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Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia), flower head. Aboriginal people use the strap leaves for nets and baskets; the base of the leaves can be eaten and the seeds ground and used in damper bread. Don River estuary, northwest Tasmania, Australia. (Photo by Auscape/UIG via Getty Images)
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November 10, 2012
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157875642
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Auscape / Contributor
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Universal Images Group
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Spinyhead matrush flower head Aboriginal people use the strap leaves... News Photo 157875642Asparagales,Australia,Australian Culture,Cluster,Endemic,Flower,Grass,Human Interest,Native,Plant,Plant,Rhizomatous,Rushes,Strength,Succulent Plant,Vertical,YellowPhotographer Collection: Universal Images Group Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia), flower head. Aboriginal people use the strap leaves for nets and baskets; the base of the leaves can be eaten and the seeds ground and used in damper bread. Don River estuary, northwest Tasmania, Australia. (Photo by Auscape/UIG via Getty Images)