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Common name: broad-leaf drumsticks
Isopogon anemonifolius (Salisb.) Knight APNI*
Description: Shrub 1–1.5 m high, glabrous except for the young shoots.
Leaves 5–11 cm long, undivided portion 2–5 cm long; rarely leaves not divided into segments and then leaves 5–9 cm long and 3–4 mm wide, with venation as for divided segments; segments not divaricate, 3–5 mm wide, tips of segments not pungent, only midvein conspicuous or all veins obscure.
Inflorescences terminal, ± globose. Flowers sessile. Perianth 10–12 mm long, yellow. Fruiting cones ± globose, 10–16 mm diam.
Nuts 2–3 mm long and covered with hairs 5–6 mm long.
Flowering: spring to early summer.
Distribution and occurrence: Widespread in dry sclerophyll forest and heath, especially on the coast from Smoky Cape south to Ulludulla, and on the escarpment ranges from Mt Coricudgy south to Braidwood district, also in the Torrington district.
NSW subdivisions: NC, CC, SC, NT, CT, ST
Other Australian states: ?Qld
Text by G. J. Harden
Taxon concept: D.B. Foreman (1995)
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