is a straggly shrub in the Euphorbiaceae (spurge) family, restricted to ultramafics (Cambrian serpentinite) in Tasmania’s northwest. Habitat includes open low eucalypt woodland, shrubland and heathland, generally on lateritic soils, in a region with mean annual rainfalls exceeding 2000 mm. The main threat to the species is mineral exploration and extraction. The prolonged absence of fire also poses a threat, with localised impacts due to weed infestations and the construction and maintenance of roads and power easements.A complete species
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