Paul G. Wilson, Nuytsia 4:177 (1983).
Synonymy: Not Applicable
Common name: None
Prostrate to ascending annual branching from the base, aromatic; stems pilosulose with slender and sessile to shortly stipitate gland-tipped hairs; leaves elliptic, obtuse, entire to slightly undulate, glandular-puberulent all over and pilosulose below a. long the veins; lamina c. 10 mm long; petiole slender, c. 5 mm long.
Flowers in compact axillary clusters; perianth-segments 5, erect, united to near the apex; stamen 0 or 1.
Fruiting perianth cartilaginous, white or black, in side view very broadly triangular, flat above (or the lobes ascending), c. 2 mm wide; perianth-segments firmly united to the apex, toothed or lacerate on the margins, not rostrate; pericarp membranous, adherent; seed erect, lenticular, c. 0.7 mm diam.
Usually in deep red sand.
Qld (south-west section); N.S.W. (western section).
Flowering time: July — Aug.
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