a moth, Cactoblastis cactorum of South America, that was introduced into Australia to act as a biological control on the prickly pear
any of several varieties of dahlia having large flower heads with numerous rays incurved to a quill-like form.
a plant, Pelargonium echinatum, of the geranium family, native to southern Africa, having prickly stipules and white or reddish flowers.
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a moth, Cactoblastis cactorum, native to South America and introduced into Australia to control prickly pear cactus, on which the larvae feed.