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Rhagodia (Chenopodiaceae) 3:570

Rhagodia candolleana (coastal saltbush - described as Rhagodia baccata in the Student's Flora) is a low and often straggling shrub that occurs in along the coast and in saltmarshes. The leaves are distinctive - small, quite broad, shiny green on the upper surface and white on the under surface with collapsed bladder-hairs. It usually has many small red fruits.

Einadia nutans was previously known as Rhagodia nutans.

 

 
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