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Orites revolutus (=O. revoluta; Proteaceae) 3:604

Orites revolutus is a very common alpine shrub. It forms dense shrubs. The leaves are narrow, about 1-1.5 cm long and have tightly revolute margins. Rarely, forms in shady subalpine area have leaves that are flattened, with recurved margins. It is sometimes confused with the unrelated Olearia ledifolia. The flowers are in terminal spikes.
  
  

  

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