Muelleria 1: 117 (1967) APNI
Threat status:Victoria: rare (r)
Low dense to tall spindly shrub 1–3 m high. Leaves entire, usually narrowly oblong to narrowly elliptic, usually 10–35 mm long, 1.5–6(–8) mm wide; lower surface glabrous (sparsely hairy along midvein on juvenile leaves); margin shortly recurved. Conflorescences terminal, erect, scarcely exceeding foliage, simple, 3–8-flowered; rachis 2–3 mm long, with scattered hairs; perianth pale lemon or greenish, blackening with age, ventrally pouched near base, glabrous outside, bearded inside; pistil 9–10.5 mm long, ovary sessile, densely villous, style purplish with white hairs, ventrally glabrescent, dorsally villous in the lower half, pollen presenter mid green, contrasting with the style, very oblique to almost lateral. Fruits pilose. Flowers late winter to summer.
HNF, NIS, VAlp, VRiv. Victorian endemic. Restricted to a small area in the north-east between Walwa and Corryong, centering on Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park. Occurs in rocky situations in dry sclerophyll forest, on granite, at altitudes of c. 550–650 m.
Olde, P. & Marriott, N. (1995). The Grevillea Book, Kangaroo Press, Kenhurst, NSW, Australia.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Northern Inland Slopes||present||native|
|New South Wales|
|Australian Capital Territory|