Pimelea chlorina A.R.Bean
Bean, A.R. (2017) Austrobaileya 10(1): 10 (2017). Type: North Kennedy District: 0.8 km east of Taravale homestead, south-west of Paluma, 15 May 2009, A.R. Bean 28851 & R.Jensen.
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub to 1.5 m tall but flowers and fruits when smaller.
Inflorescences generally axillary, sometimes terminal. Flowers about 5 mm diam. Perianth tube (hypanthium) about 5-6 mm long, lobes about 1.5-2 mm long. Stamens inserted in the throat of the perianth tube (hypanthium). Anthers +/- sessile, about 1.5 x 0.5 mm. Pollen yellow-orange. Apex of the ovary clothed in white hairs. Style about ca. 2 mm long, attached to the side of the ovary.
Features not available.
Temporary phrase name: Pimelea sp. Bakers Blue Mt. (D.G.Fell DF1588).