Bossiaea arenicola J.H.Ross
Ross, J.H. (1991) Muelleria 7(3): 371. Type: Qld, Cook Dist., 4.3 km E of the Hopevale-Starke road on the track to the McIvor River mouth, 14.vi.1984, J.R.Clarkson 5322; holo: MEL.
Leafy twigs and leaf stalks clothed in pale hairs. Stipules small. Leaf blades about 1-2 x 0.8-2 cm, usually alternate and not spirally arranged on the twigs.
Pods flat, about 1.6-2.6 x 1-1.3 cm, transversely wrinkled. Seeds +/- transverse.
Cotyledons obovate, about 5-6 x 3 mm, 3-veined, apex obtuse, base cuneate, purple on the underside. First pair of leaves elliptic, apex obtuse, base obtuse. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade broadly heart-shaped to orbicular; petiole distinctly pulvinate, i.e. with a distinct, almost right angled kink before its attachment to the leaf blade; stipules very small. Seed germination time 50 to 147 days.