Ozothamnus cassinioides (Benth.) Anderb.
Anderberg, A.A. (1991) Opera Botanica 104: 89.
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub about 2 m tall but can grow into a small tree.
Fruits about 0.5 mm long, produced within a head of overlapping, white or pale brown bracts. Each fruit consists of a cylindrical nut with a plume of white hairs at one end. Each plume hair is armed with numerous microscopic barbs. Embryo brown and oily, cotyledons only slightly wider than the radicle.