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Electronic Flora of South Australia infraspecific Fact Sheet

Family: Scrophulariaceae
Euphrasia collina ssp. trichocalycina

Citation: W.R. Barker, J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:196 (1982).

Synonymy: E. trichocalycina Gand., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 66:218 (1919).

Common name: None

Upper leaves and lowest bracts 5-15.8 x 1.7-4.4 rarely to 5.4 mm, with 0-2 usually 1 pairs of teeth, at least the bracts glandular-hairy.

Calyx 3.5-7.8 mm long, externally glandular-hairy; corolla 9-14.5 mm long along the upper side, white to lavender or lilac, lacking a yellow blotch, pubescent outside, sometimes only to the base of the lobes, the lower lobes emarginate or obtuse; anther cells 1.4-2.2 mm long excluding the awns, the rear awns 0.1-0.5 usually 0.2-0.4 mm long.

Capsules 6.5-9.2 mm long, glabrous or setose at the apex; seeds 0.5-1.3 mm long.

Published illustration: W. R. Barker (1982) J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5:fig. 7.

Distribution:  In sand, in sclerophyllous shrubland, woodland and forest, rarely (as in S. Aust. locality) associated with swamps.

S.Aust.: SE.   Vic.

Flowering time: Aug. — Dec. (?Jan.).

Biology: No text

Author: Not yet available

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