Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Brachyscome aculeata (formerly known as B. stricta and including B. sieberi; Asteraceae) 2:296
Brachyscome aculeata is a common native forest herb of dry or rocky hillsides. It has a slender woody rootstock and stems that grow erect at the ends. The stems and leaves are hairy, often with glandular hairs. The ovaries and fruit are flattened with a distinct wing.

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