F. Muell. & Sonder ex Sonder, Linnaea 25:466 (1853).
Synonymy: Podocoma cuneifolia R. Br. in Sturt, Exped. Centr. Aust.,Bot. App. 81 (1849).
Common name: Silverton daisy.
Compact undershrub 10-30 cm high; stems branched, ascending, woody at the base, hirsute with rigid white hairs; leaves crowded, spathulate to narrow-cuneate, 2-4 cm long, 3-9 mm wide, irregularly toothed near the apex, glandular, hirsute and ciliate, with rigid white hairs; bases petiole-like, c. 1 mm wide.
Peduncles axillary, 2-9 cm long, densely glandular; involucral bracts glandular, purplish, to 16 mm long; receptacle 4-10 mm diam.; ligules linear, 3-5 mm long, white to pink.
Ray achenes obovate, c. 2 mm long, with a beak 6-12 mm long, sparsely sericeous below, glandular above; pappus bristles multiseriate, unequal, 0-11 mm long; disk florets sterile; achenes abortive; pappus 4-8 mm long.
Cunningham et al. (1982) Plants of western New South Wales, p. 661.
On skeletal soil of hills, rock crevices, sandy or stony creek beds.
S.Aust.: NW, LE, GT, FR, EA, EP. W.Aust.; N.T.; N.S.W.
Flowering time: April — Oct.
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