Plants of
South Australia
Sclerolaena tatei
Chenopodiaceae
Tate's Bindyi
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Etymology

Sclerolaena from Greek skleros meaning hard and chlania meaning covering refering to the hard perianth of the fruit

Distribution and status

LE, GT, FR, EA Native, endemic to South Australia mostly recorded from Stony Plains and Flinders Lofty block
Herbarium regions: Lake Eyre, Gairdner-Torrens, Flinders Ranges
NRM region: South Australian Arid Lands
AVH map: SA distribution map (external link)

Plant description

Rounded perrenial