Haloragis milesiae Peter G.Wilson & Makinson APNI*
Description: Woody subshrub to 1.2 m high.
Leaves elliptical to ovate, usually 40–80 mm long and (17–)25–42 mm wide, coarsely toothed.
Dichasia 3–7-flowered. Flowers clothed with spreading hairs.
Fruit obpyramidal to pyriform, 2–2.8 mm long, 4–ribbed opposite petals.
Distribution and occurrence: Apparently restricted to the Geehi area, Kosciuszko National Park.
Wet sclerophyll forest dominated by Eucalyptus delegatensis and E. dalrympleana.
NSW subdivisions: ST
Similar to H. exalata subsp. exalata but most readily distinguished by the lack of distinctly 4-angled stems and the presence of rather dense fine, spreading hairs.
Text by Peter G. Wilson
Taxon concept: Wilson & Makinson (2015).
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