Billardiera fusiformis Labill. APNI*
Description: Cimber or twiner.
Leaves narrow, linear to narrow-elliptic, adult leaves entire and sessile.
Flowers with sepals all the same size, anthers notably longer than the filaments.
Fruit spindle-shaped ie. fusiform.
Distribution and occurrence: Naturalised in NSW near Bilpin on the Central Tablelands, and in Stromlo State Forest in Southern Tablelands.
NSW subdivisions: *CT, *ST
Other Australian states: W.A. *Vic. *S.A. *Tas.
Text by Louisa Murray
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