| Saltbush, Atriplex cinerea, Atriplex bunburyana, Atriplex suberecta, Chenopodium candolleanum|
Atriplex paludosa, commonly known as Marsh Saltbush, is a species of saltbush endemic to Australia.
Atriplex paludosa Wikipedia
It grows as an erect shrub up to a metre high. Leaves are oval in shape, one to four centimetres long, and 2 to 15 millimetres wide.
It was first published by Robert Brown in 1810 based on specimen material collected at Port Dalrymple, the site of present-day Launceston, Tasmania. Four subspecies are recognised: A. paludosa subsp. paludosa, A. paludosa subsp. baudinii, A. paludosa subsp. cordata and A. paludosa subsp. moquiniana.
It occurs in southwestern Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and coastal Tasmania.