Compositae Newslett. 44: 39 (2006) APNI
Erect annual herb to c. 50 cm high; branches somewhat sticky, aromatic, with very shortly stalked, septate, glandular hairs. Leaves glandular-hairy, the lower ones narrowly-elliptic or oblanceolate, 3–10(–17) cm long, 1–2.5(–5) cm wide, c. sinuate, upper leaves c. narrowly oblong or lanceolate, c. 1–2 cm long, 0.2–0.5 cm wide, amplexicaul, entire or shortly toothed. Capitula solitary or several in loose corymbs. Involucral bracts c. 10–12, c. 1-seriate, ovate, largely scarious but midrib glandular-pubescent, purplish; ray florets c. 10, ligules c. 6–8 mm long, yellow or orange distally, purplish near base; disc florets with purplish-black lobes. Cypselas c. 1 cm long, with 3 broad, scarious wings. Flowers Jun.–Nov.
*GipP, *LoM, *MuF, *MuM, *RobP. Occasional in mallee and box woodlands in the north-west of the State, mostly on sandy soils.
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