Euphrasia collina subsp. lapidosa W.R.Barker APNI*
Description: Outer surface of calyx hairy. Bracts and outer surface of calyx with glandular hairs, sometimes mixed with non-glandular hairs. Glandular indumentum on outer surface of calyx >0.1 mm long. Uppermost leaves of main inflorescence-bearing axes usually with 2–4 pairs of teeth. The number of upper internodes on main inflorescence-bearing axes as long as or longer than upper leaves usually <4, longest internode 0.5–0.8 times the length of upper leaves. Herb 5–9 cm high, with ascending branches, hairy with glandular and non-glandular hairs. Leaves 6.5–10.5 cm long, 4.5–7 mm wide, with usually 2 or 3 pairs of teeth. Corolla 9.5–13 mm long, ± lilac to mauve-pink, tube and area behind lower lobes white w
Flowering: Flowers December–February
Distribution and occurrence: Grows in Epacris–Chionohebe feldmark on windswept ridges in alpine tracs of the Kosciusko area.
NSW subdivisions: ST
Text by W. R. Barker
Taxon concept: Flora of NSW 3 (1992)
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