Key to Tasmanian Dicots
1. Pimelea pygmaea
2. P. flava
3. P. linifolia
4. Kelliera dieffenbachii
In Tasmania, this family includes Pimelea and Kelleria (= Drapetes in the students flora). The family is characterised by tubular flowers arranged in loose heads of few to many flowers. There are 1, 2 or 4 stamens. attached to the floral tube. The leaves of most species are opposite. 

Most species are shrubs, although one species (Pimelea pygmaea) is a cushion plant. Species occur in a range of forest, grassland and heath environments. All Tasmanian species are native.


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