Key to Tasmanian Dicots
Hakea (Proteaceae) 3:607    
Hakea is a large genus of shrubs or small tree that are characterised by very woody follicles. The Tasmanian native species (except H. ulicina) have cylindrical leaves which are often curved upwards, and are often quite hard. However, juvenile leaves are sometimes slightly flattened The species are mostly separated by the form of the woody follicle, and to a lesser extent on the size of the leaves. Species are also reasonably well differentiated according to habitat.

A few species appear to be naturalised in Tasmania.

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