Dillwynia sp. Ebor (P.C.Jobson 5318 & S.A.Mills) APNI*
Synonyms: Dillwynia sp. nov. 'ebor' APNI*
Description: Prostrate shrub to 0.1(–0.3) m, spreading to 2 m across; stems rooting at nodes, covered with spreading, stiff hairs.
Leaves spirally twisted, linear to narrow-oblong, usually 4–9 mm long, apex acute to shortly acuminate and often incurved, smooth to tuberculate, mostly glabrous with stiff hairs near apex (young leaves with scattered hairs).
Inflorescences usually capitate, terminal and in the upper axils, often tightly clustered, 1–5-flowered; peduncle usually <2 mm long, often bearing bracts below the flowers; bracts <1 mm long; bracteoles <1 mm long. Calyx 5–7 mm long, glabrous externally, margins ciliate. Standard 9–11 mm long.
Pods not seen.
Distribution and occurrence: Restricted to the Ebor region, growing in dry sclerophyll woodland over sandstone or granite.
NSW subdivisions: NT
Text by R.L. Barrett
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