Cassinia leptocephala subsp. leptocephala —Cassinia—ASTERACEAE
Habitat— On margins of wetter Rainforests, mainly at higher altitudes.
Distribution— From the Sydney area to New England National Park and west to the Nandewar Range in New South Wales.
Description— Shrub to three meters.
Leaves.— Simple, alternate, entire, without oil dots; 2 to 8 cm long and under 2 mm wide, acute, the margins revolute and the midvein alone visible; the upper surface rough with many short stiff hairs, undersurface pale fawn, dull, with soft dense hairs, often with scattered small glands.
Inflorescence.— Flower heads small, yellow, outermost involucral bracts glabrous or woolly only at the base, the hairs inconspicuous
Fruit.— Small with small glands
Ripe.— Late Spring to Summer.