Hibbertia rhynchocalyx Toelken APNI*
Description: Low spreading shrubs; branches pilose to velvety with simple hairs over stellate hairs.
Leaves ± oblong, 7–22 mm long, 3–7 mm wide, apex truncate and ± emarginate, base tapering, margins recurved to revolute; upper surface with long simple hairs over large and small stellate hairs, lower surface stellate-pubescent with longer simple hairs on midvein and near margins.
Flowers terminal, 1 or 2, peduncles 3–7 mm long. Sepals 5–6 mm long, outer surface villous. Petals 4–7 mm long. Stamens 12, on 1 side of the carpels. Carpels 2, densely stellate-tomentose to villous.
Flowering: Flowers October
Distribution and occurrence: Gibraltar Range. (only known by one collection).
In sheltered places in dry sclerophyll forest of mainly Eucalyptus resinifera.
NSW subdivisions: NC, ?NT
Text by G. J. Harden & J. Everett
Taxon concept: Flora of NSW 1 Suppl. (1999)
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