Euphorbia inappendiculata var. queenslandica Domin APNI*
Synonyms: Chamaesyce sp. B sensu James & Harden (1990) APNI*
Description: Erect to spreading herb with numerous pale stems to c. 15 cm long, glabrous.
Leaves oblanceolate to oblong, 2–8 mm long, margins recurved when dry, base asymmetric; petiole c. 1 mm long; stipules thread-like, 1–1.5 mm long.
Cyathia shortly pedunculate, crowded in the upper axils; involucre c. 0.5 mm long, glands small, reddish with narrow, white appendages.
Capsule 1.5 mm long; seeds c. 1.2 mm long, faintly wrinkled.
Flowering: mainly summer.
Distribution and occurrence:
Grows in clay soils on the plains.
NSW subdivisions: NWP, SWP, NFWP, SFWP
Other Australian states: Qld N.T. S.A. W.A.
The name Chamaesyce drummondii has sometimes been misapplied to this taxon.
Text by T.A. James & G.J. Harden, as Chamaesyce sp. B, Flora of NSW 1 (1990).
Taxon concept: Halford, D.A. & Harris, W.K. (2012), A taxonomic revision of Euphorbia section Anisophyllum Roeper (Euphorbiaceae) in Australia. Austrobaileya 8(4): 503-505; accepted by APC (accessed January 2017)
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