Nuytsia 12: 100 (1998) APNI
Threat status:Victoria: rare (r)
Shrub to 2 m high. Leaves papery, ovate, 2–4.5(–5.5) cm long, rounded to subcordate at base, crenulate on margin, slightly scabrous above, moderately fawn beneath. Flowers pendent, sometimes clasped by the subtending leaves; calyx obconical, 9–16 mm long, upper half divided into triangular acuminate lobes, sparsely stellate-tomentose; corolla narrowly cylindric, 2.2–3.5 cm long, entirely yellow-green. Flowers mostly autumn-spring.
GipP, HSF. Endemic in Victoria. Locally common in moist, often heathy, open-forest from the Dandenong Ranges to near Powelltown, with an isolated occurrence at Cranbourne.
This form grades with var. reflexa but can usually be distinguished by its deeply lobed calyx.
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