Australian Systematic Botany 27: 215 (2014) APNI
Rounded to upright shrub. Leaves broad-elliptic to broad-obovate, 10–25 mm long, 7–14 mm wide, margins flat to slightly recurved, sinuate or shallowly lobed. Capitula in clusters of 3; peduncles 15–25 mm long; ligules mauve. Flowers Dec.
CVU. Apparently confined to a single population immediately below the summit of Mount Langi Ghiran, on south-facing slopes in damp woodland, growing amongst large granite boulders.
Superficially resembles O. rugosa subsp. allenderae, but distinguished by its subequal involucral bracts and leaves that lack tubercules.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Central Victorian Uplands||present||native|