(dwarf wedgepea) is a low spreading shrub that occurs in heathland and heathy eucalypt woodland on sandy and gravelly soils. In Tasmania, it occurs at several locations in central Flinders Island, where it has a highly restricted distribution occurring within a linear range of less than 20 km and likely to occupy less than 10 ha, and the total number of mature individuals is estimated at fewer than 5000, putting the species at risk from localised, inadvertent or chance events. Threats include land clearance, disease, inappropriate fire regimes, stock, mechanical disturbance and changing climatic conditions.
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