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A PLANT believed to have been extinct for more than a century has been discovered by a forest worker in NSW.
The Euphrasia Arguta, a member of the foxglove family, was found by NSW Forests worker Graham Marshall in Nundle State Forest, in the state's north-west, Primary Industries Minister Ian Macdonald said today.
The species was last recorded in June 1904 near Tamworth, Mr Macdonald said.