Bot. Gaz. 80: 387 (1925)
Ray florets present, c. 5, (2–) 4–8 mm, white or pale yellow with 5–7 purple veins, ephemeral. Flowers and fruits present almost year round, but flowers most frequently Feb.-June; fruits mainly Mar.-May.
*GipP. Naturalised in all mainland States and NT. In Victoria. A localized weed, known from urban areas at Elster Creek at Elsternwick, and Ornamental Lake in Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne.
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