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Published In: Trudy Botanicheskogo Instituta Akademii Nauk S S S R. Ser. 1, Flora i Sistematika Vysshikh Rastenii. Moscow & Leningrad 9: 33. 1950. (post 14 Dec 1950) (Trudy Bot. Inst. Akad. Nauk S.S.S.R., Ser. 1, Fl. Sist. Vyssh. Rast.) Name publication detail

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General/Distribution: genus with 80 species, mainly distributed in South and Central America but several species in Africa and Asia. Represented in Pakistan by 3 species.


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Annual, rarely biennial or perennial herbs with simple, sessile, ± clasping or decurrent leaves. Capitula disciform in small, loose terminal corymbs; phyllaries multiseriate, scarious, yellowish, whitish or sometimes brownish, stereome divided. Receptacle flat, naked. Outer florets female, many, outnumbering the central ones, filiform, corolla yellow; central florets bisexual, few, tubular, corolla yellow, 5-lobed. Cypselas ± oblong, glabrous, papillose or sparsely hairy with short clavate myxogenic twin hairs; pappus simple, setae slender, free or partly coherent at base, deciduous, apical cell subclavate.

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1 Leaves subamplexicaul-auricled, green glandular on upper surface, white tomentose beneath.
+ Leaves sessile not amplexicaul or auricled, whitish tomentose on both surfaces. (2)
2 (1) Phyllaries pale to dark brown or reddish brown.
+ Phyllaries citrine to golden yellow. Pseudognaphalium affine
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