(moss sunray) is an annual herb in the Asteraceae (daisy) family. It grows in Tasmania on rock pavements, shallow stony soils and dry sandy places, mostly in inland areas in the Northern and Southern Midlands. The species is likely to have been impacted in the past through agricultural and expansion, while current threats include stockgrazing/trampling, weed invasion and road construction, and, given its ephemeral nature, a lack of detection during impact assessment surveys. Grazing management would benefit some of the known occurrences.
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