Euphrasia collina ssp. collina
Ill. W.R. Barker (1982) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:figs 6, 59, 63 & 64; (1984) Austral. pl. 12, 100:341.
Synonymy: Euphrasia brownii
Common name: None
Upper leaves and lowest bracts on main branches 4.5-16.5 x 1.5-4.4 mm, lacking hairs, with 0-2 usually 1 pairs of teeth.
Calyx 3.9-7 mm long, externally glabrous; corolla 9-14.5 mm long along the upper side, white to pink or violet, sometimes paler inside, often with a yellow blotch behind the lowest lobe, the external pubescence extending at least on to the base of the lower lip, the lower lobes usually emarginate to truncate, rarely obtuse; anther cells 1.5-2.4 mm long excluding the awns, the rear awns 0.2-0.6 usually 0.3-0.5 mm long.
Capsule 6-10.5 mm long, glabrous or setose at the very apex; seeds 0.7-1.3 mm long.
In sand to clay, mainly in sclerophyllous forest, woodland or heath, but in S. Aust. associated with swampy sites.
S.Aust.: SE. N.S.W.; Vic.; Tas.
Flowering time: Nov. — Dec., Aug. — Feb. outside S.Aust.
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