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Showing Senecio pauciligulatus
Type: "Crescit in Novae-Hollandiae loco dicto Port-Jackson."
APC Comment: A name of uncertain application.
Text: "Although resembling S. linearifolius, the presence of only 1-3 ligules per capitulum, the unusual anther appendages, and the whorled arrangement of peduncles in the single specimen is not typical of this species. There have been no further collections made and the specimen may be aberrant."