One of the various native species of Myrsine, this endemic shrub is probably one of the more easy to recognize species as the veins are quite prominent on the leaf upperside, and the midrib is raised. Like most members of the genus, the distinctive translucent oil dots in the leaf will help to at least confirm that this shrub belongs to the Primula family. In this species, the oil dots are round and red. This feature is more obvious in dried specimens.
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