Senecio linearifolius var. dangarensis Belcher ex I.Thomps. APNI*
Synonyms: Senecio sp. C sensu Harden (1992) APNI*
Senecio dangarensis Belcher MS APNI*
Senecio dangarensis Belcher nom. nud., in sched. APNI*
Description: Aromatic perennial, often weakly shrubby, to 2 m high, glabrous and glaucous.
Upper-stem leaves narrow to very narrow-elliptic, margin entire or denticulate, lower surface always glabrous, secondary venation ± distinct, tertiary venation distinct.
Peduncles glabrous, or rarely cobwebby, at anthesis. Florets 20–31, ligulate florest mostly 7–9, disc florest 13–22.
Achenes c. 2.0 mm long, with appressed papillate hairs in bands. Pappus 4–6 mm long.
Distribution and occurrence: Occurs only on Mount Dangar, on basalt scree.
NSW subdivisions: CWS
Threatened species: NSW BCA: Endangered
Proposed removal from NSW BCA 2016 - Preliminary Determination open for comments until 27 April 2023. More information can be found here .
Text by Harden (Fl NSW vol 3 1992) and Thompson (Muelleria vol. 20, 2004)
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