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Figure 2: (Clockwise from top left), seeds of Acacia cyclops, eaten by south coast Noongars; Djuljuruk (Eucalyptus pleurocarpa), a marker of country for south coast Noongar families; Macrozamia dyeri, of which the seeds (pauyin) were eaten, adjacent to lizard traps on granite inselberg east of Esperance; Pain, fruit of Carpobrotus modestus; Wonyill, fruit of Santalum acuminatum, Quadin, rhizomes of Haemodorum discolor; Joowaq, tubers of Platysace deflexa (centre). Photo credits: A. Lullfitz, S. Hopper

Figure 2: (Clockwise from top left), seeds of Acacia cyclops, eaten by south coast Noongars; Djuljuruk (Eucalyptus pleurocarpa), a marker of country for south coast Noongar families; Macrozamia dyeri, of which the seeds (pauyin) were eaten, adjacent to lizard traps on granite inselberg east of Esperance; Pain, fruit of Carpobrotus modestus; Wonyill, fruit of Santalum acuminatum, Quadin, rhizomes of Haemodorum discolor; Joowaq, tubers of Platysace deflexa (centre). Photo credits: A. Lullfitz, S. Hopper