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Family Myrtaceae

Darwinia biflora

Diagnosis: A small, straggly understorey shrub. The flowers are fairly insignificant, reddish, and grouped in clusters of two. Because this plant is restricted to the Sydney area and grows only on ridgetops, which have usually been developed, it is listed as vulnerable.

Flowering: Spring

Habitat: Hawkesbury sandstone, open forest on ridgetops

Distribution: Restricted to the Sydney region.

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