Olearia (daisy-bushes; family Compositae) A genus of shrubs or small trees with alternate leaves, which differ from many members of the Compositae in having a series of involucre bracts, a naked receptacle, and anthers that are blunt-ended instead of having tails. There are about 130 species found in Australia, New Zealand, and New Guinea.
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