Tetratheca rupicola

Tetratheca rupicola

''Tetratheca rupicola'' is a species of plant in the quandong family that is endemic to Australia.
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Appearance

The species grows as a compact or diffuse shrub to 20–40 cm in height. The solitary pink flowers have petals 6–15 mm long, appearing from October to December.
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Distribution

The plants grow in sandy and rocky soils in heath and sclerophyll forest in the Blue Mountains of central eastern New South Wales.
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Habitat

The plants grow in sandy and rocky soils in heath and sclerophyll forest in the Blue Mountains of central eastern New South Wales.

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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderOxalidales
FamilyElaeocarpaceae
GenusTetratheca
SpeciesT. rupicola
Photographed in
Australia