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Genus Apowollastonia Family Asteraceae

Description: Small woody subshrubs or perennial herbs with a small woody cuadex and annual stems, dry, harshly scabrous plants.

Ray florets yellow, pistilate and fertile, the disc florets 5-lobed bisexual and fertile.

Achenes vary in length form 2–6 mm long, variously cylindrical to cuneate or winged, shortly hairy only apically, or glabrous.


Distribution and occurrence:

Dry habitats.

Text by Louisa Murray
Taxon concept: Orchard, A.E. (2013), The Wollastonia/Melanthera/Wedelia generic complex (Asteraceae: Ecliptinae), with particular reference to Australia and Malesia. Nuytsia 23: 393-396

One species in NSW: Apowollastonia spilanthoides

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