Flowers. Photo: Russell Best, near Mallacoota, Vic

Flowering stems. Photo: Don Wood, south coast, NSW

Fruit. Photo: John Tann, Royal National Park, Sydney, NSW

Plant. Photo: Russell Best, near Mallacoota, Vic

Common Name

Tangled Dodder-laurel, Slender Dodder-laurel, Slender Devil's Twine




Hairless parasitic perennial twiner. Leaves reduced to minute scales. Flowers small (less than 3mm across), with 3 white petals, in crowded heads of 1-10 flowers along the stems. Fruit oval, green or yellow to reddish. Family was Cassythaceae.

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