Difference between revisions of "Lygodesmia grandiflora"

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|apex width=narrow
 
|apex width=narrow
|blade architecture_or_arrangement=lax
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|array architecture=corymbiform
|blade arrangement_or_shape=to_linear
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|array architecture_or_fragility=loose
|blade external_texture=glabrous
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|blade position=cauline
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|blade shape=lanceolate
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|chromosome count=18
 
|chromosome count=18
|corolla coloration=pink,white
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|corolla coloration=purple,lavender,white
|cypsela shape=narrowed
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|face architecture=sulcate
 
|face architecture=sulcate
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|face architecture_or_external_texture_or_relief=smooth
 
|face position=adaxial
 
|face position=adaxial
 
|face relief=rugose
 
|face relief=rugose
 
|floret count=5
 
|floret count=5
|head arrangement=singly
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|involucre shape=subcylindric
|involucre shape=cylindric
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|leaf architecture_or_arrangement=lax
|scale size=10+
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|leaf arrangement_or_shape=linear,linear
|stem architecture=branched
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|leaf position=proximalmost,distal
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|leaf size=10
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|scale arrangement_or_shape=linear
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|stem architecture=simple,branched
 
|stem architecture_or_external_texture_or_relief=smooth
 
|stem architecture_or_external_texture_or_relief=smooth
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|stem coloration=purple
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|stem external_texture=glabrous,tomentulose
 
|stem orientation=erect,ascending
 
|stem orientation=erect,ascending
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|stem size=slender
 
|whole_organism life_style=plant
 
|whole_organism life_style=plant
|Flowering time=may,spring,jun,summer
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|Flowering time=jun,summer,jul
 
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Variety arizonica is identified by its relatively short size (rarely over 20 cm), branched, leafy stems, and reduced or absent phyllary apical appendages.
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Variety dianthopsis is recognized by its slender, erect, leafy stems, purplish at base, persistent cauline leaves, phyllaries with appendages, 5–6 florets per head, and distinctive rugose-roughened cypselae. It usually is taller than var. arizonica. The stems and leaves are occasionally sparsely tomentulose.

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Variety dianthopsis is recognized by its slender, erect, leafy stems, purplish at base, persistent cauline leaves, phyllaries with appendages, 5–6 florets per head, and distinctive rugose-roughened cypselae. It usually is taller than var. arizonica. The stems and leaves are occasionally sparsely tomentulose.