Mitrasacme pilosa Labill.pilosa

Plants prostrate or procumbent or ascending from creeping stems. Leaves orbicular to ovate-lanceolate, often ciliate, obtuse, 3–6mm long. Stems ± hirsute with rigid hairs. Corolla lobes much shorter than the tube; tube bearded inside. Pedicels to 10 mm long, lengthening to 15 mm in fruit. Wet heath; rocks near waterfalls. Fl. spring–summer. (M. pilosa ssp. stuartii may occur in south of region. It has a pedicel up to 40 mm long)