|Author: || Edward Rudge, 1811
||Queensland + New
South Wales; Australia, New Guinea
||Sand - Clay
Might be: Didiscus incisus,
or Didiscus albiflorus A. P. de Candolle, 1830.
Trachymene incisa subsp. corrugata,
This member of the Apiaceae family was described by Edward Rudge in 1811. It
is found in Queensland and New South Wales in Australia and on New
Guinea. It grows in all
from sand to clay with some water and sun. It only gets half a meter
high, the flowers are white.
The genera name means
'rough-membrane', as to fruits.
The species name means 'deeply cut', as the leaves are.