Gnaphalium indutum subsp. indutum Hook.f. APNI*
Florets 20–30. Inner involucral bracts obtuse to acute or evenly acuminate; apex smooth and flat, entire, pale yellowish or pale red, often reddish below apex as stripes on either side of stereome.
Pappus bristles not, or only slightly, broadened at base where weakly united and soon free, not persistent.
Distribution and occurrence: Found in far south-eastern New South Wales (Mowarry Point in Ben Boyd National Park), also inland Victoria and inland south and south-eastern South Australia and Tasmania, Western Australia and the Abrolhos Islands.
Found around coastal and near coastal salt lakes, but also collected in areas that have not been noted as being saline.
NSW subdivisions: SC
Text by Louisa Murray
Taxon concept: P.G. Wilson (2008), Nuytsia Vol.18 p 292.
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