Jacksonia (family Leguminosae, subfamily Papilionatae) A genus of plants, most of which are shrubs with simple or palmate leaves. They are adapted to arid conditions but a few species occur in the rain forests of central Australia. There are about 50 species, all of them endemic (see ENDEMISM) to Australia, and mainly confined to the west.
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