FABACEAE Pultenaea juniperina

Pultenaea juniperina

Distinguishing features: A very common shrub of wet and dry woodlands, heaths and forests. At first glance the sharp leaves look like an epacrid, but unlike any epacrid there is a pair of small, pointed, soft, brown stipules at the leaf base. Has obvious pea flowers, and small hairy, fat pods.
Sites Found: 
1.1 Dry Sclerophyll forest

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