Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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 Euryomyrtus (formerly Baeckea, in part; Myrtaceae) 1:198

Tasmania has two native species of Euryomyrtus. These species were both previously described as Baeckea ramossissima in the Students Flora. They are slender, low growing shrubs with conspicuous flowers. They grows in heaths, especially in the east. It mostly has five petals, but occasional specimens with four or six can be found.
 

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