Labill. ex Vent., Jard. Malm. 2:t. 81 (1804).
Synonymy: A. australe sensu J. Black, Fl.S. Aust. 662 (1952), partly, non Thouars (1808).
Common name: Sea celery.
Biennial or perennial prostrate herb with thin (less than 5 mm diam.) grooved branches up to 70 cm long; leaves variable, pinnatisect into 3-5 leaflets which are 3-partite into incised obovate lobes, or the leaflets are deeply divided, sometimes almost to the base into 3 linear-lanceolate usually entire lobes (see varieties below).
umbels sessile or short-pedunculate, usually without involucral bracts and 3-7 rays; umbellules with 6-12 flowers; petals white; stylopodium flat.
Fruit c. 2 mm long and broad; mericarps with 5 thick longitudinal ribs which almost conceal the narrow furrows (valleculae) between them.
P. Short (1979) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 1:214, fig. 5a; 226, fig. 9.
Flowering time: No flowering time is available
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