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Stylidium repens
Bolgart, 1 November 1947
(ACC 5448A/233)
Stylidium repens R. Br.
Small, creeping perennial herb; to 0.1m high; elevated above the soil on short stilt roots, forming a tangled, matted network to 0.2m wide; fl. white, pink with reddish marks, Jan-Dec. White, grey or yellow sand, plains, open forests, swamp margins. Distribution: SW: AW, ESP, GS, JF, MAL, SWA, WAR.
(G. Paczkowska & A. R. Chapman, p. 555.)


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