Boronia inflexa subsp. inflexa Duretto APNI*
Description: Erect shrub to 0.8 m high; branchlets pilose between leaf decurrencies, smooth to slightly glandular-warty.
Leaves imparipinnate or rarely bipinnate with 3–5 linear leaflets, minutely hairy; petiole 5–9 mm long, terminal leaflet 1–10.5 mm long, 0.75–1 mm wide, lateral leaflets 1.5–11 mm long.
Inflorescences axillary, 1–3-flowered; peduncles 0.5–4 mm long. Calyx glabrous or with a few hairs toward apex. Petals 2.5–3.5 mm long, imbricate, white to pink, glabrous or with a few hairs toward apex, persistent in fruit.
Distribution and occurrence: In NSW known only from Gibraltar Range National Park. Also recorded from the Stanthorpe/Wallangarra area (Qld).
Found in heaths and shrublands of rocky (granite) areas.
NSW subdivisions: NT
Other Australian states: Qld
Text by D.M. Crayn
Taxon concept: Durretto, M.F. (2003). Notes on Boronia (Rutaceae) in eastern and northern Australia. Muelleria 17: 19–135.
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