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Eremophila (plant): Quiz

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Question 1: There are two groupings of Eremophilas, those with flowers designed to attract insects and those designed to attract ________.
EnantiornithesModern birdsArchaeopteryxBird

Question 2: One species, Eremophila debilis which occurs in ________, is thought to be naturalised.
New ZealandNauruAustraliaUnited Kingdom

Question 3: Eremophila is a genus of plants of the family ________[1] , with species known by the common names of Emu Bush, Poverty Bush or Fuchsia Bush.
PlantaginaceaeOrobanchaceaeScrophulariaceaeChelone (plant)

Question 4: They occur across Australia, primarily in arid regions, with the majority of species occurring in ________.
Western AustraliaTasmaniaNorthern TerritorySouth Australia

Question 5: Currently, there are 215 recognised species, all of which are endemic to ________.
CanadaBarbadosUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 6: The size and habit of Eremophilas varies greatly, but they can be readily identified from their ________ which have corollas with two upper lobes and three lower lobes.
FruitSeedFlowerFlowering plant

Question 7: Large amounts of the fruits are eaten by ________, passing through their gut.
EmuCasuariidaeRatiteBird







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