Exsicc. Genav. Conserv. Bot. Distrib. Fasc. 4: 71 (1973) APNI
Establishment means:Sparingly established
Sticky, ascending, much-branched, camphor-scented perennial subshrub or shrub 50–150 cm high, with glandular and occasional pilose eglandular hairs. Leaves sessile, linear-oblong or linear-oblanceolate, 1–10 cm long, 8–30 mm wide, apex acute, base subamplexicaul, entire or denticulate or serrulate, pubescent with glandular hairs and occasional pilose eglandular hairs. Capitula 1.5–2 cm diam., in pyramidal panicles, peduncles 5–10 mm long; involucral bracts erect to patent in fruit, 1.5–8 mm long, outer bracts with sessile glands and pilose eglandular hairs particularly on margins; inner bracts ± glabrous. Florets yellow; ligules 6–8(–12) mm long. Cypselas ellipsoid 1.5–2 mm long; pappus 5.5–6.5 mm long. Recorded flowering in March in Victoria.
*VVP. Also naturalised WA. Native to areas abutting the Mediterranean Sea. In Victoria naturalised in a degraded Eucalyptus camaldulensis woodland on a golf course in Glenroy, a suburb in northern Melbourne.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Victorian Volcanic Plain||present||introduced|