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Facts about "Cirsium quercetorum"
apex positioninner +
apex shapenarrowed +, scabrido-denticulate +, with expanded , spinuloso-serrate-or-dentate tips +, spineless + and spine-tipped +
base othersimilar + and proximal +
base positiondistal +
base shapedecurrent +
base sizereduced +
blade shapeelliptic +, obovate +, undulate + and pinnatifid +
body colorationcolored +
branch count0 + and few +
branch orientationascending +
bud derivationadventitious +
chromosome count32 +
corolla colorationwhite +, lavender + and purple +
cypsela colorationbrown +
face architecturepetiolate +
face countpresent +
face durationpersistent +
face external texturetomentose +, villous +, glabrescent +, trichomes + and arachnoid-tomentose +
face otherprincipal +
face positionadaxial +, basal +, cauline + and outer +
face shapeentire +
face sizereduced +
flowering timeapr +, may +, jun +, jul +, aug + and springsummer +
habitatgrasslands +, oak woodlands +, coastal scrub +, dry sites + and coastal bluffs +
habitat inclinesloped +
habitat moisturedry +
head arrangementcrowded +
head conditionlater +
head orientationerect +
involucre external texturearachnoid + and glabrate +
involucre shapeovoid +, hemispheric + and campanulate +
involucre sizesmaller +
lobe arrangementspaced +
lobe lengthlonger than 2 cm +
lobe orientationspreading +
lobe shapelinear-lanceolate +, triangular +, spinose-dentate + and lobed +
margin orientationappressed +
margin positionouter + and mid +
mound orientationerect +
mound shaperounded +
peduncle architectureleafy-bracted +
phyllary arrangementimbricate +
phyllary shapeovate +, lanceolate + and linear-lanceolate +
spine fragilityto stout +
spine orientationerect + and ascending +
spine sizeslender +
stem external textureglabrous +, gray-tomentose + and villous +
stem orientationerect + and ascending +
tip shapespinuloso-serrate-or-dentate +
tip sizeexpanded +
trichome architectureseptate +
whole organism architecturesubacaulescent +
whole organism architecture or arrangementcompact +
whole organism life styleperennial +
wing architecture or shapespiny +