Key to Tasmanian Dicots
Tetratheca labilliardierei (formerly known as T. glandulosa; Tremandraceae) 1:60

Tetratheca labillardierei (Black-eyed  Susan) is a widespread and common species found in dry sclerophyll forests. It is a small, slender shrub with fairly narrow leaves and typical Tetratheca flowers -mauve, pendulous and with conspicuous, short black stamens.


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