J. S. African Bot. suppl. 9 103 (1972) APNI
Establishment means:Sparingly established
Corm obliquely flattened basally, with outer layers ± smooth except split into numerous fibres at apex and base. Stem absent or up to 10 cm long. First leaf basal, 10–35 cm long. Scape 3–5 cm long. Basal 'outer' primary bract 8–12 mm long, green; distal 'inner' primary bract translucent, projecting beyond outer. Perianth yellow; tube 3–4 mm long; lobes narrowly obovate, 10–15 mm long, with apex acute. Staminal filaments 4–5 mm long, hairy at base; anthers 3–4 mm long. Style c. 8 mm long; stigmas level with top of anthers. Capsule ovoid, 0.8–1 cm long; infructescence straight.
*GipP, *VRiv. Apparently rare in Victoria, known from 2 pre-1950 collections from eastern Melbourne suburbs (Balwyn, East Camberwell), and more recently, grassland communities near Benalla and Bannockburn. Also naturalized in WA, NSW.
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