Parietaria micrantha Ledeb.
This species was published in 1786 by Georg Forster, based on a type specimen collected in New Zealand. It has twice been moved to other genera—to Urtica by Stephan Endlicher in 1833, and to Freirea by Alexander Viktorovich Jarmolenko in 1941—but neither move was accepted.
Distribution and habitat
It is native to Australia and New Zealand. In Australia it is widespread in temperate regions, occurring in every state and territory. It favours well-drained sites, especially in calcareous soils.
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- G.Forst. "New South Wales Flora Online: Parietaria debilis". Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust, Sydney, Australia.
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