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Plant Form: Erect to ascending annual herb.
Size: Up to 70 cm tall.
Stem: Usually branched.
Leaves: Alternate, finely twice-dissected, up to 2cm long, grey-greenish.
Flowers: Yellow button daisy-like, nearly globular flowerheads 5-8 mm across. Ray florets are absent.
Fruit and Seeds: Wedge-shaped, 1 mm long, ribbed and pimply, with tiny scales at the top.
Habitat: Salt lakes, disturbed sites, agricultural land.
Distinguishing Features: Differs from Calomba daisy (Oncosiphon suffruticosum) in having smaller leaves and fewer flowerheads, and from Lavender-cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus) in being herbaceous.
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