(bent native-primrose) is a perennial herb that within Tasmania is known from dry heathland on the northwest coast, and from an historical collection from Hobart. The 2 extant sites are only 11 km apart, this restricted distribution and likely low numbers placing the species at risk from chance events, the risk exacerbated as it is possible that plants may not be seen or only persist in low numbers in between disturbance events. The most important needs of known extant subpopulations are to periodically provide gap-forming disturbance such as fire or slashing to promote recruitment and persistence of subpopulations. However, monitoring studies would help to identify additional needs of the species.
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