Zieria citriodora J.A.Armstr. APNI*
Synonyms: Zieria sp. D sensu Armstrong (1991) APNI*
Description: Procumbent shrub to 15 cm high, lemon-scented, proliferating from rhizomes; branches dotted with oil glands but not warted, ± pubescent with simple hairs, often with tufts of longer hairs at nodes; glabrescent.
Leaves with central leaflet lanceolate or linear, 4–5 mm long, 1.5–2 mm wide, apex rounded to acute; margins entire, ± recurved; both surfaces dotted with oil glands but not warted, hirsute with simple hairs; petiole up to 2–4 mm long.
Inflorescences usually much longer than leaves, mostly 1–3-flowered. Calyx lobes triangular, c. 1.4 mm long, usually hairy. Petals 4–6 mm long, imbricate, pale pink to white, pubescent.
Cocci hirsute and dotted with oil glands, often with an appendage.
Flowering: late winter to summer.
Distribution and occurrence: Grows in low eucalypt woodland on shallow sandy soils amongst granitic rocks, restricted to Kybeyan Ra., east of Cooma.
NSW subdivisions: ST
Other Australian states: Vic.
Threatened species: NSW BCA: Vulnerable; Commonwealth EPBC: Vulnerable
Text by J. A. Armstrong & G.J. Harden
Taxon concept: Flora of NSW 2 (1991)
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