Acrothamnus spathaceus (Pedley) Quinn
Quinn, C.J. (2005) Australian Systematic Botany 18(5): 452.
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub 1-3 m tall but also flowers when smaller, occasionally grows into a small tree about 6 m tall.
Flowers about 3 mm long. Calyx lobes green or cream-green but with white margins. Corolla lobes recurved, inner surface hairy. Anthers brown or red, +/- pendulous from the filament which is attached near the apex of the anther. Pollen white. Ovary green, seated in and fused to a darker green, 5-lobed disk.
Cotyledons narrowly elliptic to linear, about 4-6 x 0.5-1 mm, slightly longer and wider than the first group of true leaves. Hypocotyl glabrous but the stem above the cotyledons pubescent. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves sessile, linear (about 4 mm long), longitudinally 5-veined. Seed germination time 199 days.