Demostr. Pl. 7 (1753) APNI
Small slender annual, to 7(–30 outside Victoria) cm high. Lower leaves narrow-spathulate, 1–3 cm long, obtuse to acute; upper leaves linear, semi-amplexicaul, acuminate, with 3–5 parallel veins. Inflorescence much-branched; involucral bracts 3–6, linear, 3-nerved; rays 3–6, unequal, filiform; umbellules 3–6-flowered; bracteoles 3–6, linear-lanceolate or rarely narrowly-elliptic, prominently 3-veined, aristate, exceeding flowers. Fruit subglobular, c. 1.5 mm long, mericarps studded with glaucous tubercles; carpophore undivided, persistent.
*Gold, *GGr, *LoM, *Wim. Also naturalised WA, SA. Native to southern Europe. Naturalised on the western and south-western sides of Mt Arapiles where locally rather common. Fruits late spring.
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