Euphrasia collina ssp. muelleri
W.R. Barker, J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:209 (1982).
Synonymy: E. muelleri Wett., Monogr. Gatt. Euphrasia 257 (1896). (1896).
, Euphrasia brownii, Euphrasia collina
Common name: None
Upper leaves and lowest bracts on main branches 5.9-14 x 1.8-5.7 rarely to 7.6 mm, scabrous or scaberulous all over, with 1-4 usually 2 or 3 pairs of teeth.
Calyx 3.5-6.7 mm long, externally scabrous or scaberulous, rarely (outside S. Aust.) with soft eglandular hairs; corolla 9.4-14.8 mm long along the upper side, probably purplish or lilac, with the incidence of a yellow blotch unrecorded, externally pubescent throughout, the lower lobes usually emarginate, rarely obtuse; anther cells 1.4-1.9 mm long excluding the awns, the rear awns 0.15-0.3 rarely to 0.35 mm long.
Capsules c. 6.5-8 mm long, glabrous or setose in the apical two-thirds or less; seeds 0.35-0.8 mm long.
W. R. Barker (1982) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:fig. 68.
S.Aust.: FR, SL, SE. N.S.W. and Vic. known only in a few populations.
Flowering time: Aug. — Nov.
Ecological data are lacking.
Not yet available