F. Muell., Linnaea 25:406 (1853).
Derivation: After Dr G. Haecker, 1789-1864, German botanist.
Synonymy: Humea sensu J. Black, Fl. S. Aust. 919 (1957), non Smith.
Common name: None
Viscid aromatic shrubs, glabrous or with minute glandular hairs; leaves cauline, alternate, numerous, sessile, entire.
Capitula numerous in dense terminal compound corymbs, small, discoid, homogamous; involucres cylindrical; bracts oblong to lanceolate, scarious, whitish, closely imbricate in 3 or 4 series; receptacle minute, naked; florets few or solitary, bisexual, tubular, 5-merous; corolla hardly exceeding the involucre, narrowly cylindrical, dilated and glandular at the base; anthers finely tailed at the base with acute terminal appendages; style branches linear, flattened, with truncate papillose apices.
Achenes small, terete, pale-brown; pappus absent.
4 species in south-eastern Australia.
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