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This is a polymorphic species that is found in both New Zealand and in Australia. Some botanists have separated off the Australian form as a distinct species, M. lanceolata, which is here used as a synonym. An alpine form in the Snowy mountains of Australia has fibrous roots too thin to be worth eating.The plant has been suggested for commercial cultivation in temperate zones for its edible root.
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