Key to Tasmanian Dicots
1. Hibbertia sericea
2. Hibbertia sericea (note the stamens are all to one side of the carpels)
3. Hibbertia empetrifolia
The Tasmanian species of this family are all native shrubs from the genus Hibbertia. They are common in heathy and sclerophyll vegetation types, and range in habit from prostate to upright to scrambling over other plants. The flowers are conspicuous, with five spreading, bright yellow petals. The stamens are indeterminate in number and usually numerous, and in some species are clustered on one side of the carpels. There are 2-5 free (or almost free) carpels. The leaves are small and alternate.
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