|Leucophyta brownii, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria|
Calocephalus brownii (Cass.) F.Muell.
Leucophyta brownii is a small, rounded shrub with tangled tomentose branchlets that give it a silvery appearance. It commonly occurs on the exposed faces of cliffs and dunes on the south coast of Australia. Although it can grow up to 1 metre high, it is more usually 0.2 to 0.7 metres high. It produces flowers during summer (December to February in Australia). These are white - yellow globular heads and about 1 cm in diameter.
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- FloraBase – The Western Australian Flora: Leucophyta brownii Cass.
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