Lenbrassia australiana var. glabrescens B.D.Morley
Morley, B.D. (1978) Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 1(2): 189. Type: Queensland, V.C.L.Noah, 16 10 S, 145 25 E, Hyland 8297; holo: QRS.
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub about 2-3 m tall.
Pedicels about 30-45 mm long. Calyx strigose on the outer surface, lobes filiform, about 5-6 mm long, tube about 4-5 mm long. Corolla tube about 20 mm long, lobes about 3-5 mm long, finely hairy. Basal part of the inner corolla tube clothed in translucent hairs. Anthers fused together in the flower bud, filaments spirally twisted after anthesis. Staminode one, about 3 mm long. Pollen white. Style about 20 mm long.
Cotyledons orbicular, about 1.5-2 mm diam. First pair of leaves sparsely clothed in hairs. Leaf blade margin with 1-3 teeth on each side. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade margin regularly toothed with about 20-30 teeth on each side. Upper surface of the leaf blade sparsely clothed in translucent hairs while the lower surface is densely clothed in +/- erect translucent hairs. Lateral veins depressed on the upper surface of the leaf blade. Seed germination time 44 days.