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Drosera murfetii

Drosera murfetii is a species of the carnivorous sundew family, and is endemic to western Tasmania, Australia. Although similar in appearance to its close relative, D. arcturi, this species is distinct in that it tends to possess only one or two ...

                                               

Euphrasia gibbsiae

Euphrasia gibbsiae is a perennial herb in the genus Euphrasia. It is native to Victoria and Tasmania. This species was formally described by E. G. Du city Ritz in field notes of Tasmanian plants collected by B. F. Comber in 1929 / 30, there are a ...

                                               

Ewartia catipes

Ewartia catipes is a species of Ewartia. The plants natural habitat is on eastern facing slopes in Tasmania. It is a rusty brown color and grows to around 10 centimeters long.

                                               

Ewartia planchonii

Ewartia planchonii is a species of plant. It is native to Tasmania, Australia. Cladistic analysis showed that Ewartia transverse with respect to Euchiton, with Ewartia planchonii are the sister taxon to Euchiton.

                                               

Goodenia lanata

Goodenia lanata is a prostrate herb that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It is known as trailing goodenia in Victoria and native primrose in Tasmania. Plants grow up to 10 cm high and have obovate leaves that are about 6 cm long and 2 cm w ...

                                               

Hakea megadenia

Hakea megadenia is a shrub or tree of the family Proteacea endemic to an area along the east coast of Tasmania and the Furneaux Island group off the coast of Tasmania.

                                               

Isophysis

Isophysis is a genus of herbaceous, perennial and rhizomatous plants in the Iris family. A monotypic genus formerly known as Hewardia, it contains a single species, Isophysis tasmanica, endemic to the mountains of Western Tasmania growing in heat ...

                                               

Leionema bilobum

Leionema bilobum, commonly known as notched phebalium, is a shrub species of the family Rutaceae. It is endemic to south-eastern Australia. The species was first formally described by English botanist John Lindley from material collected during T ...

                                               

Leptospermum glaucescens

Leptospermum glaucescens, commonly known as the blue-green tea tree or smoky tea tree, is a flowering shrub in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae native to Tasmania.

                                               

Leptospermum nitidum

Leptospermum nitidum, commonly known as shining tea-tree, is a shrub species that is endemic to Tasmania. It grows to about 2 metres high and has narrow leaves that are about 2 cm long. The flowers are white. The species was first formally descri ...

                                               

Micrantheum serpentinum

Micrantheum serpentinium is a woody shrub which reaches up to 3m tall. The leaves are 5 to 9mm long and 1.5 to 3.3mm wide. Yellow to greenish flowers typically appear in spring from September to November. Both male and female flowers appear on th ...

                                               

Milligania

Milligania is a genus of plants. It contains 5 currently recognized species, all native to Tasmania: Milligania lindoniana Rodway ex W.M.Curtis. Milligania longifolia Hook.f. (Milligania длиннолистная крючок.Ф) Milligania stylosa F.Muell. ex Hook ...

                                               

Nothofagus gunnii

Nothofagus gunnii, the tanglefoot- or deciduous beech, or fagus, is a deciduous shrub endemic to the highlands of Tasmania, Australia. It was discovered in 1847 by R.C Gunn and evidence exists that it once lived in Antarctica. N. gunnii is a smal ...

                                               

Odixia

Odixia is a genus of Tasmanian flowering plants in the pussys-toes tribe within the daisy family. Species Odixia angusta N.A.Wakef. Orchard - Tasmania. Odixia achlaena D.I.Morris Orchard - Tasmania.

                                               

Ozothamnus ledifolius

Ozothamnus ledifolius is a shrub, from the family Asteraceae and one of 54 species from the genus Ozothamnus. Harold Frederick Comber, an English horticulturist and plant collector, introduced Ozothamnus ledifolius in 1929 on mountains of Tasmani ...

                                               

Phebalium daviesii

The St Helens wax flower is a small flowering shrub native to Tasmania, Australia. The plant is only found in a small area near the George River on Tasmanias north-east coast. The plant was actually assumed to be extinct until it was rediscovered ...

                                               

Pleurophascum grandiglobum

Pleurophascum grandiglobum is a moss endemic to Tasmania, Australia, and was first noted by S. O. Lindberg in 1875 for its peculiar form of cleistocarpous capsule, erect growth form, lateral perichaetia, and ecostate leaves. Its exceedingly large ...

                                               

Polytrichum juniperinum

Polytrichum juniperinum, commonly known as juniper haircap or juniper polytrichum moss, is an evergreen and perennial species of moss that is widely distributed, growing on every continent including Antarctica.

                                               

Polytrichum strictum

Polytrichum strictum, commonly known as bog haircap moss or strict haircap, is an evergreen and perennial species of moss native to Sphagnum bogs and other moist habitats in temperate climates. It has a circumboreal distribution, and is also foun ...

                                               

Pomaderris oraria

Pomaderris oraria, commonly known as Bassian pomaderris, is a shrub species native to the states of Victoria and Tasmania in Australia. Currently, two subspecies are recognized: P. oraria subsp. calcicola N.G.Walsh - Limestone pomaderris, which i ...

                                               

Raukaua gunnii

Raukaua gunnii is a species of plant in the family Araliaceae native to Tasmania. It was previously known as Pseudopanax gunnii, but was found not to be closely related to the core members of Pseudopanax.

                                               

Richea acerosa

Richea acerosa is a common plant in the family Ericaceae, endemic to Tasmania, Australia. The habitat is alpine and sub-alpine situations in the drier montane areas of the state, mostly in the north east. It may be distinguished from others in th ...

                                               

Richea pandanifolia

Richea pandanifolia, the pandani or giant grass tree, is a distinctive endemic Tasmanian angiosperm. It is dicot of the family Ericaceae and is found in central, western and south west Tasmania. It is a favourite among hikers and nature lovers.

                                               

Richea scoparia

Richea scoparia, is a wide spread Tasmanian endemic plant. The genus Richea, forms part of the Ericaceae family, which are commonly heath-like shrubs. The name refers to the erect bushy growth habit, described as a broom-like shrub, most commonly ...

                                               

Rubus gunnianus

Rubus gunnianus is a species in the genus Rubus of the family Rosaceae. It is a small herb that grows in subalpine and alpine habitats above 900m throughout Tasmania, and bears edible fruit. It is commonly known as the native strawberry or Tasman ...

                                               

Veronica formosa

Veronica formosa is a flowering plant species of the family Plantaginaceae, endemic to Tasmania in Australia. It is a subshrub which grows to between 0.5 and 2 metres high. The elliptic to lanceolate leaves are 7 to 15 mm long. The flowers are pa ...

                                               

Viola hederacea

Viola hederacea is a species of violet which is native to Australia. It is common and widespread in Victoria and Tasmania, along the Great Dividing Range in New South Wales north at least to the Barrington Tops area, in the far south-east of Sout ...

                                               

Wahlenbergia saxicola

Wahlenbergia saxicola, commonly known as the rock bluebell, is a herbaceous plant in the family Campanulaceae native to Tasmania in Australia. Perennial plant forms loose mats of foliage, usually grows to a height of 5 to 10cm, 2 to 4 inches. The ...

                                               

Xerochrysum papillosum

Xerochrysum papillosum is a herbaceous shrub in the family Asteraceae, native to southern Victoria and Tasmania. It was known variously as Xeranthemum papillosum, Helichrysum papillosum, and Bracteantha papillosa before gaining its current name i ...

                                               

Acacia exudans

Acacia exudans, also known as Casterton wattle, is a shrub species that is endemic to Australia. The species was formally described by English botanist John Lindley in 1838 from material collected on Thomas Mitchells expedition near Casterton, Vi ...

                                               

Acacia infecunda

Acacia infecunda is a shrub belonging to the genus Acacia and the subgenus Phyllodineae that is native to parts of south eastern Australia. The Bush usually grows to a height of 0.3 to 0.5 m 1 ft 0 to 1 ft 8 inches and as much as 1.2 m 3 ft 11 in ...

                                               

Acacia phlebophylla

Acacia phlebophylla, a type of acacia also known by the names Buffalo sallow wattle and Mount Buffalo wattle, is a straggling shrub to small, twisted tree reaching up to 5 m in height. It is a close relative of Acacia alpina. It has large, ellipt ...

                                               

Allocasuarina mackliniana

Allocasuarina mackliniana is a shrub of the genus Allocasuarina native to the western Victoria. In the dioecious shrub usually grows to a height of from 0.5 to 3 m 2 to 10 feet. The shrub has smooth bark and ascending branchlets. There are two kn ...

                                               

Bauera sessiliflora

Bauera sessiliflora, also known as Grampians bauera, is a scrambling shrub that is endemic to the Grampians region in Australia. It grows to 1-2 m 3 ft 3 in–6 ft 7 in tall and has hairy, wiry stems with 6 to 12 mm 0.24–0.47 in long hairy leaflets ...

                                               

Correa lawrenceana var. grampiana

Correa lawrenceana var. grampiana, commonly known as Grampians Mountain-correa, is a variety of Correa lawrenceana endemic to Victoria in Australia. It grows to 2.5 metres tall. Leaves are about 40 mm long and 17 mm wide and are dark green on the ...

                                               

Correa reflexa var. angustifolia

Correa reflexa var. angustifolia, commonly known as Grampians Correa, is a variety of Correa reflexa endemic to Victoria in Australia. It grows to 1 metre tall. Leaves are up to 30 millimetres long and 10 millimetres wide and are dark green on th ...

                                               

Correa reflexa var. lobata

Correa reflexa var. lobata, commonly known as Powelltown correa is a variety of Correa reflexa endemic to Victoria in Australia. It grows to 2 metres tall. Leaves are up to 40 mm long and 25 mm wide and are dark green on the upper surface, while ...

                                               

Euphrasia crassiuscula

Euphrasia crassiuscula is a perennial herb in the genus Euphrasia. It is endemic to the Victorian Alps in Australia. The species was formally described by French botanist Michel Gandoger based on plant material collected by Carl Walter. Three sub ...

                                               

Euphrasia lasianthera

Euphrasia lasianthera, commonly known as hairy eyebright, is a perennial herb species in the family Orobanchaceae. It is endemic to Victoria, Australia. Plants grow to 30 cm high and have leaves with margins that may be smooth or toothed. The flo ...

                                               

Goodenia macmillanii

Goodenia macmillanii, commonly known as pinnate goodenia, is a flowering plant that is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It is a short-lived perennial which grows up to 50 cm high with pinnate leaves with leaflets that have toothed margins. Althoug ...

                                               

Grevillea montis-cole

Grevillea montis-cole is a shrub which is endemic to central-western Victoria, Australia. It has similarities in appearance to Grevillea microstegia, Grevillea floripendula and Grevillea aquifolium but has larger floral bracts. The flowers, which ...

                                               

Grevillea willisii

Grevillea willisii is a shrub species which is endemic to the eastern highlands of Victoria, in Australia. Common names include Omeo Grevillea and Rock Grevillea. It has spread or habit, grows between 2 and 4.5 meters, and usually has a gray-gree ...

                                               

Hibbertia truncata

Hibbertia truncata, commonly known as Port Campbell Guinea-flower, is a small shrub that is endemic to south-western Victoria in Australia. It has yellow flowers which appear between August and January in the species native range. The species was ...

                                               

Leptospermum jingera

Leptospermum jingera, commonly known as stringybark tea-tree, is a shrub species that is endemic to Victoria in Australia. It grows up to 2 metres high and has small, narrow leaves that are about 10 mm long and 3 mm wide. White flowers with five, ...

                                               

Leptospermum turbinatum

Leptospermum turbinatum, commonly known as shiny tea-tree, is a shrub species that is endemic to the Grampians and nearby ranges in Victoria, Australia. It grows to about 3 metres high and has narrow leaves that are about 3 cm long. The flowers h ...

                                               

Ozothamnus rogersianus

Ozothamnus rogersianus, commonly known as Nunniong Everlasting, is a shrub in the family Asteraceae. It is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It grows to 2.5 metres and has narrow linear leaves from 10 to 40 mm and a width of 1 to 2 mm. These green ...

                                               

Persoonia arborea

Persoonia arborea, commonly known as the tree geebung, is a small tree species that is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It grows to between 5 and 10 metres in height. The leaves widen toward the tips, which are rounded. The yellow or cream flowers ...

                                               

Prostanthera arapilensis

Prostanthera arapilensis is a shrub in the family Lamiaceae. The species, which is endemic to Victoria in Australia, was formally described in 2006 based on plant material collected from Mount Arapiles.

                                               

Stylidium soboliferum

Stylidium soboliferum, commonly known as Grampians triggerplant or bristly triggerplant, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Stylidium. It is endemic to the Grampians region in Victoria, Australia. The leaves are about 1–2 centimetres lo ...

                                               

Thryptomene calycina

Thryptomene calycina, commonly known as Grampians thryptomene, is a shrub species in the family Myrtaceae. The species is endemic to Australia. It grows to 2 metres high, has small leaves and produces white flowers between July and November in th ...

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