Botanical name: Triumfetta rotundifolia Family: Malvaceae (Mallow family)
Synonyms: Triumfetta orbiculata, Triumfetta bilocularis
Roundleaf Burr-Bush is a shrub with branchlets star-shaped woolly. Leaves are up to 3 x 2 cm, round-rhomboid, blunt, base wedge-shaped, margin sawtoothed, leaf-stalk up to 2 cm. Yellow flowers are borne in interrupted racemes. Sepals are 5, about 3 mm, oblong, star-shaped woolly. Petals are 5, 4 mm, obovate, fringed with hairs; ovary spherical, prickled. Capsule is 5 mm across, ovoid, woolly, with hooked spines. Roundleaf Burr-Bush is found in the plains of Indo-Pakistan subcontinent. Flowering: November-February.
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