Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Thelionema (Hemerocallidaceae [formerly part of Liliaceae]) 4b:379
Tasmania has two native species of Thelionema. These are similar to each other and grow in the understorey of open forest. The plant has a moderate-sized tuft of leaves at the base of the stem. The leaves are up to about 40 cm long. The flowers are white-yellow and conspicuous and occur in a terminal inflorescence.

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