|Scientific name:||Ambrosia confertiflora DC.|
Not declared noxious in Victoria
Dry plains of temperate regions, variety of soils. Occurring as a weed in run-down pastures, orchards, roadsides, wastelands and other disturbed areas. Native of southern United States and Mexico. Confined to small colonies in south-east Queensland and Central Western Slopes and North Western Plains of New South Wales (Parsons & Cuthbertson 2001).