scale bar = 1cm.
Shubby Groundsel - native (Senecio minimus)
Family: Asteraceae (Daisy family).
Occurrence: Uncommon bushland plant.
- the leaves are narrow and usually finely toothed
- the undersurfaces of the leaves often have cobbwebby hairs
- the petals are yellow, and mostly covered by the green bracts at the base of the flower
- the flowers have 6-9 green bracts (at the base of the flowers).
Similar species: The native Purple-leaf Groundsel has over 9 bracts at the flower bases.
Image: Most specimens have more flowers.