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|Scientific Name:||Mimulus prostratus|
Native to South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
Prostrate annual or perennial herb; younger stems hairy, rooting at the nodes and forming mats. The leaves 2-6 mm long, obovate to elliptic with an acute apex, a rounded base and non-stalked. Flowers arise singly from the leaf axils and stalked. Flowers are blue or pink with a yellow tube 6-15 mm long and a yellow centre.
Grows on damp saline land in northern and north-west Victoria.
Similar to the non-hairy Creeping Monkey-Flower (Mimulus repens).