Convolvulus angustissimus

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Distribution (from Flora of Victoria):

Is found in all States but not in the Northern Territory [8]

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Distribution and ecological preference at Wilsons Promontory (if known):

Seashores and coastal cliffs, grassy communities on plains and grassy woodlands and forests1

Flower description:

Pink with a paler throat, rarely white1

Habit:

Perennial herb with trailing stems1

Distinguishing characteristics (within family/genus):

This species has leaves with a triangular shaped terminal lobe. Sepals are 4-7 mm long and have a rounded apex. Flowers are solitary and the flower stalk is recurved at fruiting1

Images:
Image of Convolvulus angustissimus
Image of Convolvulus angustissimus Image: Erin Batty
Conservation status:

Convolvulus angustissimus subsp. omnigracilis is poorly know in Victoria

References:

1 Johnson, R. W. (2001). “A taxonomic revision of Convolvulus L. (Convolvulaceae) in Australia”. Austrobaileya 61(1), pages 1--39.