Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Libertia (Iridaceae) 4b:401
Libertia pulchella is a reasonably common native herb. The stems are flattened and the leaves are in two rows. The leaves are erect and firm. The flowers are white. It has two distinct varieties - var pulchella grows from about 3 to 18cm high and is a common species in the understorey of rainforest and other wet forest, especially in northern and western Tasmania; - var pygmaea is a tiny plant (<4cm tall) that grows in subalpine and alpine areas.
 

 
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