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|Amyema bifurcata, Burning Mountain, New South Wales|
Least Concern (NCA)
|Collections data for A. bifurcata from the Australasian Virtual Herbarium|
Amyema ferruginiflora (W.Fitzg.) Danser
Its inflorescence is an umbel of two or more pairs of flowers, which have rusty corollas covered with dense intertwined hairs. The fruit is globular, and the bract enlarges under the fruit. The leaves are flat.
It was first described by Bentham in 1867 as Loranthus bifurcatus, with its genus being changed to Amyema by Tieghem in 1894.
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