Key to Tasmanian Dicots
Boronia (Rutaceae) 1:104

Boronia rhomboidea

B. parviflora

B. anemonifolia

Boronia is one of the more diverse genera in the native Australian flora. In Tasmania there are eleven species. These all occur in heathy vegetation, but range from alpine areas (e.g. B. citriodora and B. rhomboidea) to dry heaths (e.g. B. pilosa). The leaves are opposite, aromatic and often pinnate. The flowers have four, free petals that are white or pinkish.

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