LAURACEAE Cassytha glabella

Cassytha glabella

Distinguishing features: A leafless parasite of dry woodlands, heaths and forests, with hairless cylindrical stems formin tangled masses on their host shrubs. Can only be confused with other species of the same genus, which, in Tasmania are at least partly hairy.
Sites Found: 
1.1 Dry Sclerophyll forest
Site 2.2 Sclerophyll shrubbery 

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