Leionema scopulinum B.M.Horton & Crayn APNI*
Synonyms: Leionema scopulinum B.M.Horton & Crayn ms. [D.M. Crayn 595] APNI*
Leionema sp. 'Nullo Mountain' APNI*
Leionema sp. Lee Creek [ D.M. Crayn 595] APNI*
Description: Shrub, inhabiting rocky ledges and clefts. Branchlets angled, stellate-hairy.
Lamina 24–65 mm long, 4.5–10.0 mm wide, margins frequently serrulate.
Inflorescence erect with 9–32 flowers. Petals valvate, 6.6–8.1 mm long, 1.5–2.0 mm wide, greenish-yellow to yellow.
Fruit a schizocarp capsule; cocci 5.5–7.0 mm high, rostrate, the beak 1.5–3.0 mm long.
Flowering: Flowers recorded in April–September; fruits reaching full maturity in December.
Distribution and occurrence: Wollemi National Park.
Rocky ledges and clefts associated with sandstone "pagoda" formations.
NSW subdivisions: CWS, CT
Text by B. Horton
Taxon concept: Horton et al., Telopea 10 (4): 815-822 (2004).
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