Common name: Black Grevillea
Grevillea scortechinii subsp. sarmentosa (Blakely & McKie) McGill. APNI*
Description: Prostrate to procumbent shrub, to 0.5 m high and 2 m across.
Leaves pinnatifid or coarsely toothed, with 5–7 or rarely to 14 lobes or teeth, or rarely simple, in outline angular-ovate to oblong, 3–10 cm long, c. 2–6 cm wide, primary lobes ± triangular to rounded and sometimes again 2- or 3-toothed; lower surface subsericeous.
Inflorescences secund, 2–4.5 cm long. Perianth brownish, subsericeous outside, glabrous inside. Gynoecium 19–22 mm long; ovary densely hairy; style purplish black, glabrous, pollen presenter erect to oblique.
Follicle hairy with reddish brown stripes or blotches.
Distribution and occurrence: Grows in sclerophyll woodland on sandy loam soils, in the Backwater-Pheasant Mtn area, near Guyra.
NSW subdivisions: NT
Threatened species: NSW BCA: Vulnerable
|The single subspecies in NSW. Characters and distribution as for the species in NSW.|
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