Key to Tasmanian Dicots
1. Brunonia australis
BRUNONIACEAE (=part of Goodeniaceae) 2:405
This family contains one species that is native to Tasmania (Brunonia australis). The blue or purple heads of flowers make this a reasonably distinctive species, although it does superficially resemble Asteraceae. It is a rosette plant. In Tasmania it grows in a few dry areas in the north, but it is common and widespread on mainland Australia.
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