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Pomaderris elliptica (Rhamnaceae) 1:115

    

Pomaderris elliptica is a common shrub that grows in dry and wet sclerophyll forests. It is one of a group of very similar species. The others are P. pilifera and P. intermedia, which have long simple hairs on the lower leaf surface, and P. racemosa, in  which the flowers lack petals. All of these species also have dense covering of stellate hairs on the stems and lower leaf surfaces.

  

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