Hook., Hook. Ic. 5:t. 410 (1842).
Synonymy: Not Applicable
Common name: Round-leaved wilsonia.
Small prostrate much-branched perennial, more or less hirsute with 2-branched hairs; leaves sessile or shortly petiolate, broadly ovate and barely acute, to oblong-spathulate and obtuse, 1.5-4 mm long.
Flowers 5-merous, pedicels more or less absent; calyx tubular, 4.5-5 mm long, with triangular acute teeth about one-third the length of the hirsute tube; corolla salver-shaped, white, tube more or less equalling the calyx, with oblong-elliptic bluntly acute lobes 2-3 mm long; stamens and style slightly exserted; filaments attached just below the throat; ovary completely or partially 2-celled; style divided at or below the middle into 2 branches, stigmas capitate.
Cunningham et al. (1982) Plants of western New South Wales, p. 559.
Grows in coastal and subcoastal saline marshes and brackish swamps.
S.Aust.: EP, NL, MU, YP, SL, KI, SE. W.Aust.; N.S.W.; Vic.
Flowering time: Sept. — Dec.
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