sensu Fl. Victoria 4:229 (1999) APNI
Threat status:Victoria: data deficient (k)
Stems puberulous, with tiny curved hairs. Stipules triangular to lanceolate, deeply laciniate toward apex. Sepals 4.5–5 mm long, outer surfaces pubescent, mucro c. 1 mm; petals spathulate to obovate, 6.5–8.5 mm long, pale pink. Fruits 15–20 mm long; seed red-brown to brown, slightly rugose with small shallow isodiametric alveolae. Flowers Nov.–Apr.
MonT, VAlp. Also NSW. Widespread in subalpine woodlands of Victoria.
Var. 1 is distinguished from the other varieties by the small isodiametric alveolae of the seed coat and dense puberulous indumentum. It has also been shown to differ chemically (in its phenolic compounds) from the other varieties (Smith 1994).
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