Pimelea ciliolaris (Threlfall) Rye APNI*
Synonyms: Pimelea octophylla subsp. ciliolaris Threlfall APNI*
Description: Stunted shrub to 30 cm high, usually hairy with long white hairs.
Leaves crowded, narrow-elliptic, 5–15 mm long, 1–3 mm wide, green, sparsely hairy to glabrous, margins usually ciliate.
Flowers in bracteate heads; peduncle 1–9 mm long, finely hairy. Bracts 9–13, ± oblanceolate, often tinged with purple, sparsely hairy to nearly glabrous, margins ciliate. Heads with 40–90 flowers clustered on a dome-shaped receptacle. Flowers bisexual, 12–14 mm long, cream to pale yellow, densely hairy, hairs coarser on persistent base.
Distribution and occurrence: Grows on exposed rocky areas; rare, chiefly in the Warrumbungle Mtns.
NSW subdivisions: NWS
Text by G. J. Harden
Taxon concept: Flora of NSW 1 (1990)
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