Beyeria Miq.

15 species endemic Aust.; all states and territories

Shrubs up to 1.5 m high. Leaves entire, spirally arranged, often viscid, flat or slightly recurved, pale beneath; stipules absent. Flowers yellowish, axillary; the males often in clusters on recurved peduncles; females solitary. Calyx slightly enlarged in fruit. Stamens numerous; filaments short, connate. Petals usually 5, alternating with glands. Ovary 3-locular, with a single ovule per loculus; stigma broad, sessile.