Benth., Fl. Aust. 3:481 (1867).
Synonymy: Eurybia decurrens DC., Prod. 5:269 (1836).
Common name: Clammy daisy-bush.
Erect glutinous shrub 1-2 m high; stems woody, much-branched, glabrous, prominently 3- or 4-ribbed; leaves sessile, narrowly oblanceolate to cuneate, 1-4 cm long, 1-3 mm wide, glabrous, green, concolorous, with a prominent mid-vein; margins revolute, entire or with 1-3 remote acute lobes.
Capitula shortly pedunculate, hardly exceeding the leaves, in leafy terminal panicles of 2-9; involucre campanulate, 3-4 mm long; bracts 3-4-sedate, oblong, obtuse, glabrous, green, entire; ray florets 3-6; ligules 3-4 mm long, white; disk florets 5-7, yellow.
Achenes terete, c. 2 mm long, sericeous, striate; pappus bristles 35-45, most of them subequal, c. 4 mm long, with a few shorter.
Cunningham et al. (1982) Plants of western New South Wales, p. 643.
In mallee, mulga and woodland communities.
S.Aust.: LE, GT, FR, EA, EP, NL, MU, YP, SL. Vic.
Flowering time: most of the year, mainly Feb. — May.
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