Lasiopetalum (family Sterculiaceae) A genus of soft-wooded trees and shrubs that have simple or slightly lobed, alternate leaves. The flowers are borne in complex cymes. There are 37 species, all of them endemic (see ENDEMISM) to Australia.
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