Key to Tasmanian Dicots
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Apodasmia (formerly known as Leptocarpus brownii; Restionaceae) 4b:39  
Apodasmia brownii is a reasonably common native herb in coastal heaths and dunes. It is a more-or-less typical member of Restionaceae, with erect, unbranched, cylindrical stems with several scarious bracts, and terminal inflorescences of multiple spikelets. The stems are bluish, typically < 60cm tall, but sometimes to 1.5 m, and the inflorescences relatively large and complex.
 

 
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