Threat status:Victoria: rare (r)
Shrubs to 1.5 m high, with spreading, tomentose branches. Vestiture of fine, many-branched stellate hairs of about equal size. Leaves sessile, oblanceolate-cuneate, obtriangular to spathulate, 3.2–14.5 mm long, 2.2–7.3 mm wide, tomentose to pubescent but hairs often fewer-branched above; apex truncate or slightly emarginate; ± folded along the midvein above; margins narrow, recurved. Flowers sessile, terminal on all branches, with one leaf-like bract 3–4.2 mm long subtending calyx; sepals 3.5–6.7 mm long, unequal, tomentose; petals obovate to oblanceolate, 6.5–11.8 mm long, bright yellow; stamens 4–9 and a few staminodes arranged around the ovary; filaments free; carpels 2, tomentose to villous. Flowers Sep.–Dec.
Rare, occurring in dry forest or woodland on shallow, stony soils in the catchment of the Snowy River between Suggan Buggan and Gelantipy.