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Acrothamnus hookeri (formerly known as Leucopogon hookeri; Ericaceae) 2:438

 

Acrothamnus hookeri is a common alpine or subalpine species. The leaves are narrow and blunt, with recurved margins. The petals (corolla lobes) are glabrous, except sometimes for a few papillae. It is easily confused with A. montanus, and may in fact be a clinal form of this species.
 

  

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