Synonyms: Coopernookia productum APNI*
Description: Perennial subshrubs with stellate and usually glandular hairs, sometimes viscid.
Leaves sessile or nearly so.
Flowers in terminal leafy thyrses or racemes, bracteolate; pedicels articulate. Sepals 5, free, subulate. Corolla white to mauve or pinkish, with an obscure anterior pouch; lobes unequal, broadly winged, with long stiff retrorse bristles inside; auricle obsolete. Stamens free from each other, epigynous. Ovary inferior, incompletely 2-locular; style simple; indusium with long bristles on lips; ovules 2–8.
Fruit a capsule; seeds ovoid, glossy, carunculate, not winged.
Distribution and occurrence: World: 6 species, endemic Australia. Australia: Qld, N.S.W, Vic., S.A., W.A.
Text by R. C. Carolin
| ||Key to the species|| |
|1||Lower surface of leaves glabrous or glandular-hairy and with very few to no stellate hairs||Coopernookia barbata|
|Lower surface of leaves tomentose with stellate or substellate hairs||Coopernookia chisholmii|