Bull. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.), Bot. 5: 187 (1976) APNI
Establishment means:Sparingly established
Plants usually slightly to moderately glaucous. Rachis of mid-branch leaves 1–2.5 mm wide. Primary leaf segments 1 or 2, occasionally 3, per side. Ligules 8–12 mm long. Flowers spring–autumn.
*GipP, *OtP. Alos naturalised WA, SA. Sparingly established in a degraded Melaleuca shrubland beside a road near Queenscliff and in Eucalyptus grassy woodland at Sweetwater Creek near Frankston.
The ligules on plants of this subspecies found naturalised in Australia are longer than in their native range, most likely due to naturalised plants being garden escapes of plants bred for larger capitula (Thompson 2015).
Thompson, I.R (2015). Trib. 3. Anthemideae, in: Wilson, A. (ed.), Flora of Australia Volume 37, Asteraceae 1, ABRS/CSIRO Publishing, Canberra/Melbourne.
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