Xanthostemon youngii: Red Penda

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Xanthostemon youngii, commonly known as Crimson Penda or Red Penda, is a species of trees found only [endemic] in North Queensland, constituting part of the plant family Myrtaceae. It has showy red blooms, but has been difficult to keep alive in cultivation.

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Photos: Pasir Ris Park and Nature Reserve, Singapore [20160228]

Source: Wikipedia

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