Coronidium kaputaricum Paul G.Wilson APNI*
Description: Decumbent, densely woolly perennial.
Leaves congested, densely woolly all over, elliptic, acute. Petiole half the length of or equal to lamina, in all 4–9 cm long, dead leaves semipersistent.
Head solitary, c. 3.5 cm diameter, on densely woolly peduncle to 10 cm long. Involucral bracts to 12 mm long, white, glossy, congested, very narrowly oblong-acuminate, woolly towards base, claws densely woolly.
Achenes c. 3 mm long. Pappus bristles filiform, barbellate at apex, ± free, persistent.
Distribution and occurrence: Known only from the Nandewar Range in the Northern Tablelands.
In crevices in basaltic cliff faces.
NSW subdivisions: NT
Text by Clare Herscovitch, Sep 2009, edited from Paul G. Wilson in Nuytsia 18:295-329 (2008)
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