Description The Claw Honey-myrtle is a spreading shrub growing 2 m tall. The leaves are small and grow 2 mm to 6 mm long and 1 mm to 3 mm wide. The plant flowers in spring and summer from September to February. The flowers are pink or mauve and produced in flower heads about 20 mm in diameter. The outer stamens curve inwards giving the flower a claw shape. The fruit capsules are about 6 mm in diameter.
Habitat heathland, sandplains, sand dunes, swamps
Distribution The Claw Honey-myrtle is found in the south coast of Western Australia from Hopetoun to Israelite Bay,