Euphrasia collina ssp. paludosa
W.R. Barker, J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:204 (1982).
Synonymy: E. paludosa R. Br., Prod. Fl. Nov. Holl. 436 (1810).
Common name: None
Upper leaves and lowest bracts on main branches 5.6-13.5 rarely to 23 x 2.4-8 mm, glabrous except sometimes for eglandular hairs along the margins, with 1-3 rarely to 6 pairs of teeth.
Calyx 3.8-9 mm long, externally glabrous except sometimes for eglandular-scabrous margins; corolla 8.5-15 mm long along the upper side, white to deep-blue or pink, sometimes with a yellow blotch behind the lowest lobe, externally pubescent throughout, rarely glabrous on distal parts of the lobes, the lower lobes obtuse, truncate or emarginate; anther cells 1.3-2.1 mm long excluding the awns, the rear awns 0.15-0.4 usually 0.2-0.3 mm long.
Capsules 7.2-11.3 mm long, glabrous or setose at the apex; seeds 0.5-1.5 mm long.
Burbidge & Gray (1970) Flora of A.C.T., fig. 333 as E. aft. paludosa; W.R. Barker (1982) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5, figs 8, 62.
S.Aust.: SL. Qld; N.S.W.; Vic. In other States commonly in sclerophyllous forest and subalpine woodland or grassland, also in swampy sites.
Flowering time: Aug. — Dec., later in subalpine regions.
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