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Date of issue: 8 October 2019
Designer: Sonia Young, Australia Post Design Studio
Printer: RA Printing

This is one of three stamps on the theme of 'Seed Banking'.

Plant: Rytidosperma clelandii


Common-name: a Wallaby Grass

A robust, perennial grass forming erect tussocks, quite ornamental.

Named in honour of Sir John Cleland (1878-1971), a prominent medical doctor,
botanist and fungi expert in South Australia.

The grass is restricted to the Mt Lofty region, near Adelaide, SA.


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