Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Coronidium (Helichrysum in part; Asteraceae) 2:325
 
Tasmania has one native species of Coronidium. C. scorpioides is an erect or spreading herb of open forests or alpine areas. This species has golden flower heads on erect stalks, at the ends of erect or spreading, white-hairy stems. This species includes an erect, mostly lowland form (formerly known as Helichrysum scorpioides) and a spreading upland form  (formerly known as Helichrysum rutidolepis).

These species were formerly in the genus Helichrysum as described in the Student's Flora, along with Ozothamnus, Argentipallium, Xerochrysum, Chrysocephalum, Helichrysum.

 

 
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