Key to Tasmanian Dicots
Chamaescilla (Laxmanniaceae [formerly part of Liliaceae]) 4b:387    
Chamaescilla corymbosa is a reasonably common species of open vegetation of northern and eastern Tasmania. The leaves are basal and narrow, typically about 10cm long. The inflorescence has only a few flowers, which are blue and about 2cm wide.

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