F. Muell., Victorian Nat. 3:127 (1887).
Synonymy: H. comosa F. Muell., Syst. Census Aust. Pl. Fourth Suppl. 3 (1889), nom. illegit.
Common name: None
Procumbent or ascending annual, 3-15 cm high, almost glabrous; stem branched from the base, not rooting at the nodes; leaf blades orbicular-cordate to reniform, 5-10 mm diam., 5-7-lobed to almost halfway or less; lobes crenate; petioles 1-5 cm long; stipules lanceolate to narrow-obovate, entire.
Peduncles 5-8 mm long; flowers 10-20, almost sessile, in small heads.
Fruits broad-obovate to almost circular, c. 2 mm long, only slightly compressed laterally, dorsal edges obtuse, lateral faces strongly transversely wrinkled between the ribs, in its apical part each mericarp with a horizontally spreading scarious fringed wing and often with some long hairs; styles erect, gradually thickened at the base.
On moist sand in shady places, sometimes between mosses.
S.Aust.: EP, SL, KI, SE. Tas. (Flinders Island).
Flowering time: Oct. — Nov.
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