Domin, Reprium nov. Spec. Regni veg. 4:298 (1907).
Synonymy: Not Applicable
Common name: None
Small perennial, similar to X. pusilla, but much less hairy; stems many, prostrate or spreading-ascending, with soft reddish-brown hairs; leaves short-petiolate; leaf blades more or less round to cuneate-semicircular in outline, more or less thick-coriaceous, 3-partite; segments elliptical-rhomboid, about twice as long as broad, acute, often the terminal segments 3-lobed and the lateral deeply 2-sect, the lobes usually entire; petioles hairy.
Umbels subsessile, small, with 1 or 2 subsessile flowers; involucral bracts broad-lanceolate, about as long as the flowers, somewhat hairy.
Fruits subeordate-orbicular, c. 2.5 mm long and about as broad, usually tinged reddish-brown; mericarps 1.5-2 mm long, 0.75-1 mm broad, 5-ribbed.
In shallow sand on rocky coastal heath and in woodland.
S.Aust.: SL, KI. ?W.Aust.; Tas.
Flowering time: Sept. — Oct.
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