Plants of
South Australia
Phyllanthus oblanceolatus
Euphorbiaceae
Sandhill Spurge
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Botanical art

Kath Alcock painting: 1.

Etymology

Oblanceolatus refers to the distinctly oblanceolate leaves which are common in this species.

Distribution and status

Found in Gammon Ranges and the far north-western corner in South Australia, Also found in the Northern Territory and New South Wale
Herbarium regions: North Western, Flinders Ranges, Eastern, Eyre Peninsula
NRM regions: Alinytjara Wilurara, Eyre Peninsula, South Australian Arid Lands
AVH map: SA distribution map (external link)