Sorry for the pic quality
Locally common in a narrow strip between a small wooden barrier delineating a play ground and pub car park. Plants flowering and fruiting; flowers white, scarcely opening; leaves and stems covered in grey tomentum. Voucher lodged in AK.
Local along drainage ditch on either side of road. The possibly unnamed peat bog entity virtually endemic to the Waikato Peat Bogs (also present at the Hinehopu Mire, in the Bay of Plenty). Distinguished from L. scoparium s.s. by the spindly, erect, branching pattern, small shrub size, filiform, acicular leaves, very large flowers, and capsules.
In open woodland, Meeting of the Waters Scenic Reserve.
At Meeting of the Waters scenic reserve. Didn't look like a L. obcordata hybrid.
Much smaller-leaved than the hybrids and L. bullata nearby. See http://www.taranakiflora.co.nz/lophomyrtus_xralphii.html
Looked at Meeting of the Waters Scenic Reserve for intermediates between L. obcordata and L. bullata. Possible. See http://www.taranakiflora.co.nz/lophomyrtus_xralphii.html