Cream, May--September, peak May.
Fruit/seed Capsule, 1.4--1.8 mm high, seeds 0.8 mm long (Powell & James 1993), mature September.
Dispersal, establishment and growth Diaspore: seed.
Fire response Young plants growing from woody rootstock reported, suggesting capacity to resprout after fire or flooding.
Base of rock faces or on rock platforms in the riparian flood zone.
Altitude 0--1000 m
Annual rainfall 800--900 mm
Typical local abundance Occasional--rare.
Vegetation Shady ground cover e.g. with Sticherus, Lomandra montana, Lomandra fluviatilis with canopy of Tristaniopsis laurina, Backhousia myrtifolia, Ceratopetalum apetalum.
Substrate Damp low nutrient, sandy/clay soil derived from exposed shale lenses between Hawkesbury Sandstone beds. Sites frequently subject to high moisture from wind-driven spray and would be inundated during periods of high rainfall (Powell & James 1993).
Exposure Mid--deep shade.
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