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Derwentia derwentiana (formerly known as Veronica derwentiana and Parahebe derwentiana; Scrophulariaceae) 3:523

Derwentia derwentiana (Derwent Speedwell) is a reasonably uncommon lowland species of erect herb (sometimes woody). It grows in a ranged of mostly moderately well watered areas. The leaves are opposite, simple, but with serrate margins and are usually about 5-15 cm long and 1-3 cm wide. The flowers are in conspicuous racemes at the top of the stems.

 
 

  

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