Hibbertia priceana is a dwarf shrub that can grow to 0.15 m in height. It is usually compact, but is sometimes sprawling, and typically occurs on sandy clay with laterite gravel. The flowers are yellow, and the flowering period is from June to August. Leaves are bluish, grey-tinged and are flat, narrowly oblong-elliptic and not clustered.
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Status: Critically Endangered on the EPBC Act list
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Australian Government, Listing Advices, Hibbertia priceana
They also increase the fire hazard due to the easy ignition of high fuel loads; which are produced annually by many weed species.