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Genus Harmsiodoxa Family Brassicaceae

Description: Annual herbs.

Basal leaves pinnatisect to coarsely toothed, petiolate; stem leaves reducing to sessile.

Flowers in racemes. Sepals erect to spreading, dimorphic. Glands usually obsolete. Style to 1–2 mm long.

Siliqua spindle-shaped, hairy, dehiscent, valves with one midvein; seeds in 2 rows, mucilaginous when wet.


Distribution and occurrence: World: 3 species, endemic Australia. Australia: all mainland States.

Text by L. Retter & G. J. Harden
Taxon concept:

 Key to the species 
1Petals 4–8 mm long; pedicels slender, at least some more than 7 mm long2
Petals usually 2–4 mm long; pedicels stout, less than 7 mm longHarmsiodoxa brevipes
2Siliqua with hairs towards apex longer than hairs at basal end, apical hairs simple and branchedHarmsiodoxa blennodioides
Siliqua with hairs more or less same length all over, the hairs towards apex branched
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Harmsiodoxa puberula

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