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Pimelea flava ssp. flava
A small shrub 1metre tall. Multiple long spindly stems with alternating pairs of small teardrop shaped leaves over their full-length . The flowers were in clusters of about 10 at the tips of the stems with each flower about 6mm wide.
Found in an open dry eucalyptus forest.
Some areas of the forest had large patches of this.
Thank you Chris Clarke for identifying it.
Threatened species in Tasmania https://www.threatenedspecieslink.tas.go...
Also found in Victoria and South Australia https://bie.ala.org.au/species/https://i...