|Murnong, Gungahlin Hill.|
|Murnong leaves are erect, slender and smooth. Dandelions and Catsears have toothed-leafed rosettes flat on|
the ground; Dandelions have smooth rosettes, those of Catsears are bristly.
One animal which relied heavily on the tubers is the Long-billed Corella, Cacatua tenuirostris, whose long slender hooked upper mandible evolved to extract the tubers from the ground.
|Long-billed Corellas, Urana, New South Wales.|