Allocasuarina paludosa, common name, swamp she-oak or scrub she-oak, is a woody open to dense shrub with smooth bark. Plants male and/or female. Ribs on branchlets are grooved. Furrows densely downy. Leaves reduced to 5-8 erect or spreading teeth, not overlapping. Male flowers - spikes 1-4cm long at end of branchlets; female flowers along branchlets. Cones egg-shaped to 18mm long. Flower colour; male - brown; female - red. Flowers from March to October. It is endemic to south-eastern Australia.
200.00 Location C2 Latitude; -38.401859000000 Longitude; 146.050866000000