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2015-02-27 23:04:22

For the Street Development Industry, Anahata the Perth Software Development company has unveiled its latest ground-breaking line of custom-built

2015-02-24 23:16:11

Anahata the Perth Software Development company has announced it will utilize GlassFish Version 4 as its application server for application

2015-02-24 23:15:04

Anahata Melbourne Software Development announced the company Java developers will be retaining NetBeans as Java IDE of choice for the

2015-02-21 23:00:43

Anahata the Melbourne Software Development company has upgraded its software development platform to CentOS7 in the ICT Industry.

2015-02-19 23:09:56

Anahata Perth Software Development has introduced its new range of tailor-made ICT solutions for the Abattoir industry. Perth,

2015-02-19 23:03:31

Anahata Melbourne Software Development has announced that it will be changing to Google Drive to replicate documents by employing SyncDocs.

2015-02-17 23:12:50

Anahata the Perth Software Development company has released its new line of customized ICT solutions for the Interactive Media industry.

2015-02-15 23:00:59

Anahata Perth Software Development has launched its new line of customized ICT solutions for the Quarries industry. Perth,

2014-10-12 23:00:13

CarePlus™ Gold Partner ELA has successfully secured two large Nurse Call expansion projects in both Private and Public sector healthcare facilities within Australia. Perth,

2014-08-27 04:20:30


Latest Western Australia Reference Libraries

Banksia sphaerocarpa
2014-10-13 12:41:28

Banksia sphaerocarpa is a shrub or tree species. The species is also known as the Fox banksia or the Round fruit banksia. B. sphaerocarpa belongs to the Proteaceae family. The tree can be found throughout the southwest of Western Australia. B. sphaerocarpa typically grows between 3 and 7 feet tall. In the northern ranges with more dry and warmer climates the species will not grow as tall. Banksia sphaerocarpa produces green, linear leaves. Its leaves are narrow and grow between 1-4 inches...

Banksia repens
2014-10-09 11:51:12

Banksia repens is a prostrate shrub species. The species may also be referred to as the Creeping banksia. B. repens is a member of the Proteaceae family and can be found growing naturally on the coast of Western Australia, specifically from D’Entrecasteaux National Park east to Mount Ragged. The plant prefers sandy soil with good drainage. When cultivated B. repens will take between 29 and 56 days to germinate from seed. Banksia repens produce leaves growing between 7 and 16 inches in...

Adenanthos cygnorum
2014-10-07 11:03:21

Adenanthos cygnorum is a tall shrub species. The species may also be referred to as the Common woollybush or simply the Woollybush. The plant is a member of the Proteaceae family. A. cygnorum grow only in Western Australia. The shrub is found along road sides and occurs commonly. The Adenanthos cygnorum species may grow as tall as 9.8 feet tall. The plant appears greenish-grey or blue-grey in coloration. Its leaves are small and covered with hair-like stubble. Its appearance and touch both...

Banksia vestita
2014-10-06 11:06:53

Banksia vestita is a shrub species native to Western Australia. It is commonly referred to as Summer Dryandria and is a member of the Proteaceae family.  It was actually known as Dryandra vestita until 2007, at which time all of the Dryandra species were changed to Banksia by Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele. B. vestita is a shrub with hairy stems. The plant typically grows up to almost 5 feet. It has leaves that are between 3.1 to 5.9 inches long and 7 to 13 millimeters wide. There are 4 to...

Numbat, Myrmecobius fasciatus
2014-05-24 17:24:24

The numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus), also known as the marsupial anteater, banded anteater, or the walpurti, is a marsupial that can be found in Western Australia. This species once held a large range but it is now fragmented and limited to only a few small spots in Australia. It once resided in many habitats, but now it can only be found in eucalypt forests. Europeans first discovered this species in 1831, when Robert Dale led an expedition through the Avon Valley. George Robert Waterhouse...

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  • Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.
The word 'marcescent' comes from a Latin word meaning 'to wither'.