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Plant Form: Annual rosette multi-branched herb.
Size: 50 cm to 2 m tall.
Stem: Erect and ribbed single stem, many branched above.
Leaves: Initially rosette, upper leaves deeply divided, covered in soft fine hair.
Flowers: Creamy white, in circular clusters, loosely branched in flowerhead. Dotted with resin.
Fruit and Seeds: Seeds tiny 1-2 mm across, triangular, brown to black.
Habitat: Roadsides, paddocks, flooded areas.
Distinguishing Features: Creamy white daisy-like flower clusters, and ribbed stems distinguish from Ragweed (Ambrosia species).
Environmental, Agricultural, Common