|Schelhammera undulata, Chatswood West, Australia|
Parduyna undulata (R.Br.) Dandy
The habitat is moist sites on the forest floor, it grows to 20 cm high. Leaves are hairless, egg-shaped to lanceolate in shape 20 to 50 mm long, 7 to 18 mm wide, with wavy edges. Attractive flowers form in spring. The six petals are pink with purple anthers, flowers around 15 mm across. A wrinkled ovoid capsule forms, 2 to 4 mm wide. Inside are a small number of yellow or brown seeds.
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