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Pic 1 - a small fruit or seed, pic 2 - leaves, pic 3 - bark, pic 4 - overall pic of mangrove plant, pic 6 - small mangrove plant growing in front of this one in the sand.


Growing in the sand, some mud around as well, at the beach, Point Torment, Kimberley. See pic 5.


Read this interesting paragraph: Mangroves do not belong to a single taxonomic group, rather it is the name given to a group of plants that are all adapted to live in the intertidal zone (between the average sea level and the high tide mark). Mangroves include a wide variety of species including shrubs, palms, ground ferns, climbers and grasses. ( ) List of Mangrove Plant species in Western Australia, 2018:

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