Aneilema biflorum —Two-flowered Aneilema—COMMELINACEAE
Habitat—Grows in damp or shaded places, often near streams.
Distribution—North from Araluen, and inland to Camden district in New South Wales into Queensland.
Description—Weak, prostrate to ascending perennial herb; stems ascending to c. 20 cm high.
Black Head Flora Park and Wingham Brush.
Leaves.—Lamina discolorous, narrow-elliptic to lanceolate, 2 to 5 cm long, 0.5 to 1.5 cm wide, glabrous to minutely scabrous, tapering to a short petiole; sheath 7 to 12 mm long, shortly ciliate at the orifice.
Inflorescence—1 to 2.5 cm long; pedicels slender, 2 to 6 mm long. Outer tepals 2 to 3 mm long; inner tepals 2 to 4 mm long, white. Fertile stamens 3, staminodes 3.
Flowering.—December to March.
Fruit— Flattened, c. 4 mm long; seeds pale grey, rugose.