|Amyema pendula subsp. pendula on Acacia tree|
(Sieber. ex Spreng.) Tiegh.
|Collections data for A. pendula from the Australasian Virtual Herbarium|
Amyema pendula, also known as drooping mistletoe or furry drooping mistletoe, is a species of flowering plant, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae, found attached to several species of Australian eucalypt and occasionally on some species of Acacia. It is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It is the most common mistletoe in Victoria, especially on the coastal side of the Great Dividing Range. It has shiny leaves and red flowers arranged in groups of 3 or 4. It is distinguished from the similar Amyema miquelii through the lack of individual stalks on the flowers. There are two subspecies: A. pendula subsp. pendula with short flower stalks and anthers to the east of the Great Dividing Range and A. pendula subsp. longifolia with longer stalks and anthers to the west and inland.