Limonium australe var. baudinii
is a short-lived perennial herb in the Plumbaginaceae (leadwort) family. It is endemic to saltmarshes in southeastern Tasmania. The total population consists of fewer than 1000 mature plants. The species’ habitat is at risk from drainage and land reclamation, eutrophication, mechanical disturbance and, in the longer term, rising sea levels associated with climate change.
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