is a perennial leguminous herb, now known to be extant in Tasmania at only four sites, all on unreserved private land, with two in the Fingal Valley, one to the southeast of Ross and one at Pontville. The species occurs in native grassland or grassy shrubland, though prior to European settlement each of the sites is likely to have supported grassy eucalypt woodland. The species is at risk from mining, dam construction, weed invasion and heavy stock grazing, with a high risk of local extinctions due to the small size and fragmented character of most known sites. Weed control and grazing management would benefit known occurrences.
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