(stinking pennywort) is a perennial herb known in Tasmania from only 13 plants/patches occupying 0.24 ha in a single location at Queens Domain in Hobart. The species grows in sheoak woodlands and grassy eucalypt woodlands and requires fire or other disturbance to prevent canopy closure and reduce competition from other species. The species is threatened by weeds and because of the small population size is at risk from chance events such as damage from vegetation management activities including herbicide application and dumping of slash. Any change in rainfall patterns associated with climate change may not favour the persistence of this edge of range occurrence of the species.
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