is a scrambling perennial in the Fabaceae family. In Tasmania it is restricted to a few sandstone outcrops in the State’s southeast where it grows in dry eucalypt woodland. The total wild population in Tasmania consists of fewer than 100 mature plants, with a linear range of less than one kilometre. The species is at risk from grazing (stock, native animals, rabbits) and drought, with a high risk of extinction in the wild due to the population’s small size. Grazing, weed and fire management would benefit known occurrences.
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