Key to Tasmanian Dicots
1. Tetratheca pilosa
2. T. labillardierei
3. T. procumbens (fruit)
4. T. labillardiereii
This small Australian family has a few species of Tetratheca native to Tasmania. These small shrubs of open heaths and woodlands have conspicuous bell shaped, pendulous flowers with white to purple petals. The stamens open by apical pores and form a dark heart to the flowers (hence one of the common names, Black Eyed Susan).

It is likely that this family will be reclassified to become part of Elaeocarpaceae.

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