Mostly on stony hillslopes and/or calciferous soil.
General: A much-branched, perennial, woody shrublet with whitish stems.
Leaves: Very narrow, opposite leaves. Young leaves bright green.
Flowers: Yellow, slightly sticky flower heads at the ends of the branchlets. October - January.
Fruit: Seeds are covered with silvery hairs.
Hepatotoxic syndrome without photosensitization.
Acute hepatoxicity in sheep. Sheep may show – apathy, - inappetance, - ruminal stasis and – a mild jaundice.