A low depressed shrub, covered in every part with a brown, stellated, rigid, subpungent pubescence. Leaves alternate, three or five-lobed, with the lobes obtusely sinuate, dark, green on the upper surface, pale and woolly underneath; but both sides as well as the footstalks and margins are studded over with the above-mentioned starry pubescence. Stipules opposite, generally three-lobed, resembling the leaves, on short footstalks. Peduncle solitary, opposed to the leaf, bearing a simple raceme of red flowers looking one way. (Bot. Mag.)
Basionym of Thomasia quercifolia (Andrews) Gay.
Native to New South Wales, Australia.
Status is unresolved in PlantList Australian sites show it as Thomasia quercifolia.