RESTIONACEAE Lepyrodia tasmanica

Lepyrodia tasmanica

Distinguishing features: Grows wet peaty areas (e.g. button grass plainss). Glaucous, sinuous wiry stems, usually branched, with leaves reduced to sheathing scales more or less uniformly distributed along the stems. The leaves have a small, narrow cylindrical blade above the sheath. Similar to Hypolaena fastigiata, but differs in the bract shape and habitat.
Sites Found: 
Site 2.6 Buttongrass moorland

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