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Family Fabaceae

Pultenaea stipularis

Diagnosis: Erect and sparsely branched shrub to 2 m. Leaves are dark green, flat and almost hairless except sometimes around the edges, and densely crowded along the branches. Branches are covered in closely packed brown stipules, pressed to the stem. Flowers in dense terminal flower heads, separated by chaffy brown bracts. Flowers entirely yellow.

Flowering: Spring

Habitat: Sheltered forest on sandy soils

Distribution: Restricted to the central NSW coast and northern part of the south coast of NSW

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