DC., Prod. 6:371 (1838).
Synonymy: Not Applicable
Common name: Groundsel.
Erect or spreading perennial undershrub 50-100 cm high, occasionally stoloniferous: youngest stems slender at first, white-tomentose or glabrescent, older stems stout, glabrous and basally woody; cauline leaves light-green or glaucescent, coriaceous or somewhat fleshy, linear to oblanceolate, 3-15 x 0.3-2 cm, rarely shorter and scarcely 2 mm wide, basally narrowed or subperiolate, with or without 1 or 2 small teeth at the stem, entire, distantly toothed or serrate with the teeth sometimes again denticulate; leaves of the axillary branches and towards the inflorescence reduced, often with revolute margins.
Achenes subcylindrical, light-brown, 2-2.5 mm long; hairs appressed or erect in broad rows over the grooves; pappus deciduous, dimorphic.
Flowering time: No flowering time is available
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