Zieria alata Duretto & P.I.Forst.
Zieria alata Duretto & P.I.Forst. (2007) Austrobaileya 7(3): 482. Type: Queensland. Cook District: North Mary Logging Area, State Forest 143, 17 July 1994, P.I.Forster PIF15630, G.Sankowsky & M.C.Tucker (holo: BRI; iso: MEL, NSW).
Inflorescence axillary, shorter than subtending leaf, 3-7 (-12)-flowered, with 1-3 open at a time.; peduncle 8-16 mm long, with prominent ridges; pedicels 2-2.5 mm long, prominently ridged. Sepals broadly deltate, 0.7 mm long and wide. Petals elliptic, 3.5-4 x 1.7-2 mm, white, cream or pale pink. Stellate hairs present on sepals and petals. Gynoecium glabrous.
3 x 1.7 mm, smooth, glabrous, base of style persistent forming a minute apical apiculum. Mature seeds not observed.
Cotyledons about 5-10 x 2 mm. First pair of leaves trifoliolate and opposite. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf trifoliolate, leaflet blades sessile or shortly stalked, aromatic when crushed, oil dots rather sparse, not particularly obvious, lateral veins forming loops inside the blade margin. Compound leaf petiole grooved on the upper surface and the margin narrowly winged. Stem longitudinally ribbed.