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Rock Sheoak or sighing sheoak as it is sometimes called is a small tree 6-9 metres high. It is commonly found on granite outcrops and thickets can form from plants germinating along roadside drainage lines. As with all Allocasuarinas and Casuarinas Rock sheoak has male and female plants (dioecious).
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