Gentianella muelleriana subsp. jingerensis (L.G.Adams) Glenny APNI*
Synonyms: Chionogentias muelleriana subsp. jingerensis L.G.Adams APNI*
Gentianella diemensis (Griseb.) J.H.Willis APNI*
Description: Caudex usually robust, apically very shortly branched.
Basal leaves narrow-lanceolate, to 100 mm long, acute to obtuse.
Flowering stems often many, 15 - 40 cm high. Terminal inflorescence rather dense, 8 -15-flowered; calyx lobes narrow-lanceolate to lanceolate. 5 - 10 mm long, with smooth margins; corolla tube 3–4 mm long; lobes 13 - 15 mm long; anthers c. 3 mm long; ovary 8 - 10 mm long.
Flowering: Flowers January to March
Distribution and occurrence: Endemic to the Bimberi and Brindabella Ranges (Southern Tablelands, N.S.W.).
Locally common in damp to wet areas in alpine short to tall grassland-herbfields or swampy heathland.
NSW subdivisions: ST
Threatened species: ROTAP: 2RC-t
Text by Louisa Murray
Taxon concept: L.G. Adams, Fl. Australia vol. 28. (1996); David Glenny (2004): A revision of the genus Gentianella in New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Botany, 42:3, 361-530
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