Hibbertia puberula subsp. puberula Toelken APNI*
Description: Branches wiry to stiff-woody from woody stems.
Leaf lamina mainly lanceolate. Outer calyx lobes lanceolate to ovate, 7.3–11.6 mm long, 2.5–3.8 mm wide, acute to beaked with strongly recurved margins and distinctly raised central ridge towards the apex, strigose or hirsute to rarely puberulous; inner calyx lobes broadl-elliptic to oblong-ovate, 6.9–10. mm long, 2.8–3.7 mm wide, with innermost two acute to ± cuspidate above broad membranous margins, hirsute to strigose, rarely pubescent along the central ridge becoming smaller to glabrous towards the margins. Stamens 9–18; anthers 1.3–2.1 mm long.
Flowering: Flowers from October to December and sometimes January.
Distribution and occurrence: Known in New South Wales mainly from near Sydney, but also from and near Morton National Park on the southern tablelands and south coast.
Occurs in a wide range of habitats, but usually low heath, on sandy soil or rarely in clay, with or without rocks underneath.
NSW subdivisions: CC, SC, ST
Text by Louisa Murray (2013)
Taxon concept: Toelken, H.R. & Miller R.T. (2012)
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