Threat status:Victoria: rare (r); listed in Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988
Plant usually procumbent or weakly erect. Leaves flat or nearly so, 10–30 mm long. Fruiting bracteoles narrowly rhombic, sometimes tridentate at apex, free above the widest part, usually with 2 or 4 warty dorsal protuberances on each side, 4–8 mm long including the stout pedicel. Fruits Mar.-Sep.
MuM. Also WA, SA, NSW. Apparently confined to limestone-rich sandy soils in the far north-west (e.g. Benetook, Carwarp, Nowingi etc.) and uncommon to rare.
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