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Plant Form: Perennial creeping or scrambling mat-forming herb.
Size: Up to 70 cm tall, taller when climbing.
Stem: Low running stems with upright flower stalks.
Leaves: Glossy, dark green above, paler underside, 4-18 cm long, lance shaped with usually 3-lobes and toothed edges. In pairs along stem.
Flowers: Yellow to orangish typical daisy with straplike petals in circle, 2 cm diameter on short stalks above leaves.
Fruit and Seeds: Elongated brown seeds 5 mm long.
Habitat: Gardens, parks, drainage channels, roadsides, urban bushland, footpaths.
Distinguishing Features: Distinguished from other Daisies (Asteraceae) by mat-forming habit and typically glossy 3-lobed leaf combination.