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Scientific Name

Chamaesyce psammogeton
Category:
Native Plants, Threatened Plants and Trees

Sand Spurge is a prostrate herb which forms mats up to one metre.

They spread across coastal foredunes, however they have also been known to grow on exposed areas on headlands.

The herb flowers in spring and summer and bares fruit in autumn and winter. 

This species is listed as Endangered under the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.