Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 73: 225, fig.96 (1948)
Erect, slender perennial herb, often many branched from a woody rootstock; stem and branches glabrous to moderately densely glandular hairy and pilose, particularly in leaf axils, decreasing in density downwards. Leaves to 3.2 cm long, usually glabrous, sometimes with sparse glandular and/or eglandular hairs, particularly near base and apex, usually entire or sometimes with 1–3 segments; segments linear, acute. Peduncles glabrous or with sparse glandular hairs. Involucral bracts ±glabrous or with sparse to dense sessile glands near base. Ligules 5–9 mm long, white or very pale mauve. Cypselas 1.7–2.5 mm long, with glandular hairs or glabrous on lateral faces; faces of ray cypselas often tuberculate; marginal wings present on disc florets, occasionally only developed near apex, ciliate with glandular hairs; pappus short barbellate hairs 0.1–0.4 mm high. Flowers Sep.–May.
Gold, MuF, VRiv, Wim. In Victoria occurs in grasslands, and grassy woodlands and shrublands, in the north of the State from near Dimboola in the west and eastward to near Rutherglen. Apparently absent from the far north-west.
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