Tecticornia verrucosa is a leafless, succulent, annual or short-lived perennial plant growing 20 - 60cm tall[
The small seed was harvested by the native Australian Aborigine as a food. It is unclear whether it is used today, but the plant has been recommended for cultivation in saline soils[
Australia - Western Australia, Northern Territory.
Coastal flats, freshwater or slightly saline claypans & lakes in clay loam, clay, and sandy soils[
A plant of dry areas in the subtropics to tropics of western Australia.
Seed - cooked[
]. Ground into a flour and used to make bread[
]. The seed is small[
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