Hort. Brit., edn 1, 55 (1826) APNI
Recorded once in Victoria from Coode Island near the mouth of the Yarra River in 1912. However, plants have not persisted at this site. Abutilon indicum is a shrub to 2.5 m tall with relatively large yellow flowers and heart-shaped leaves. Superficially resembles A. theophrasti, but readily distinguished from that species by the shortly-awned mericarps, and stems with short, densely-packed stellate hairs that give stems a creamy colour.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Victorian Volcanic Plain||extinct||introduced|