A single strand necklace (waninja-kurlangu) made of yinirnti seeds (Erythrina vespertilio or batwing coral) strung on human hair string (wirriji/purdurru). These necklaces are commonly made in the Western and Central desert area, this only in particular is made by women from the Warlpiri community at Lajamanu. The yinirnti seeds are usually picked seasonally by women and children while searching for bush foods. They are then dried, hand polished and pierced with a burnt sharpened stick to make holes. These seeds are then threaded onto hair string to make necklaces for decorative and ceremonial use. Today this practice has continues and has evolved with the access to new techniques and materials such as acrylic paint.