Hibbertia (family Dilleniaceae) A genus of xeromorphic shrubs, sometimes climbing, some with phylloclades, which have a curious range, believed to indicate former continental connections. There are 122 species, occurring mostly in Madagascar, but also in Malesia, Australia, New Caledonia, and Fiji.
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