| Goodenia cirrifica, Goodenia elaiosoma|Goodenia lineata Wikipedia
Goodenia lineata is a flowering plant that is endemic to the Grampians in Victoria, Australia. It is a perennial herb that grows to 50 cm high with oblanceolate leaves that arise mostly from the base of the plant. Yellow flowers appear in racemes between November and February in the species native range. It has not been observed to produce fruits or seeds.
Goodenia lineata was first formally described by botanist Jim Willis in 1967 in Muelleria. The type specimen was collected from the summit of Mount William.
The species is listed as "rare" on the Department of Sustainability and Environment's Advisory List of Rare or Threatened Plants In Victoria.