2. Wahlenbergia saxicola
3. Lobelia browniana
4. L. browniana
5. Lobelia surrepens
6. L. anceps
(includes Lobeliaceae) 2:405
Campanulaceae are a family of herbs, represented in Tasmania by 15
native and one introduced species occurring in a wide range of habitats.
They have a fused corolla, inferior ovaries. In one group of species
(the Campanulaceae of the Students Flora of Tasmania) the corolla
is symmetrical (e.g. Wahlenbergia). In another group (species
formerly described as Lobeliaceae), the corolla is more or
less asymmetrical and split to the base on one side (e.g. Lobelia).