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Lobelia rhombifolia, commonly known as tufted lobelia, is an annual plant from southern Australia. It is 0.05 to 0.3 metres high and produces purple flowers with a white throat and two recurved upper lobes. These appear at different times across their native range:September to December in Western Australia
October and November in South Australia
November in Victoria
October to February in Tasmania
The species was first formally described in 1845 by German botanist Johann Lehmann in Plantae Preissianae.
In Tasmania the species is classified as "rare" under the Threatened Species Protection Act.