Bernice P. Bishop Mus. Bull. 132: 49 (1935)
Threat status:Victoria: rare (r)
Prostrate subshrub; stems woody, much-branched, pubescent on young branches, glabrous on older branches. Leaves crowded, elliptic, oblong or linear-oblong, 3–8.5 mm long, 1–2 mm wide, acute or obtuse, glossy and glabrous, margins flat; stipules triangular, margins ciliate. Flowers and fruit not seen.
VAlp. Known only from Mount Hotham.
A rare natural hybrid between Coprosma nivalis and Coprosma nitida that has leaves and habit resembling those of Coprosma nivalis but has pubescent young branches like Coprosma nitida rather than glabrous young branches like Coprosma nivalis.
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