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Lysiana maritima (Barlow) Barlow
Barlow, B.A. (1983) Brunonia 5: 207. Type: Queensland, 16 km S of Gladstone, 7 Apr. 1961, B.A. Barlow 248; Holo: BRI; Iso: AD.
Lysiana subfalcata subsp. maritima Barlow, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 88: 143(1963), Type: ?.
Epicortical runners absent.
Flowers borne in a pedunculate 2-flowered umbel. Flower stalks about 4-8 mm long. Peduncles about 2-5 mm long. Calyx about 1 mm long, 6-toothed or shortly 6-lobed. Corolla tube about 12 mm long, lobes about 16-22 mm long. Anthers (not septate) about 5-6 mm long, staminal filaments about 5-7 mm long. Ovary about 3 mm long. Style about 35 mm long.
Occurs in NEQ and southwards as far as the Wide Bay district of southern Queensland. All NEQ collections were made close to sea level. Often parasitic on mangroves but also found on some beach forest species.