Cirsium barnebyi

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Cirsium barnebyi occurs from the southern Rocky Mountains of southwestern Wyoming, northeastern Utah, and northwestern Colorado.

Facts about "Cirsium barnebyi"
apex architecture or shapespineless +
apex external textureglabrous +
apex prominence or shapeflat +
apex shapeentire +
apex widthnarrow +
array architectureleafy + and corymbiform +
base architecturesessile +
base shapedecurrent +
base sizereduced +
blade arrangement or shapeoblong-elliptic +
blade shapeundulate +
body colorationcolored +
branch countfew +
branch orientationascending +
collar widthnarrow +
corolla colorationlavender + and pink-purple +
cypsela colorationtan + and brown +
division shapespine-tipped +
face countpresent +
face external texturegray-white-tomentose +
face otherprincipal +
face positionbasal +, cauline + and distal cauline +
face shapelobed +
face sizereduced +
flowering timesummerjun +, jul +, aug + and sep +
habitatdry juniper woodlands +, sagebrush scrub + and on shale limestone , sandstone +
habitat moisturedry +
head arrangementsingly + and clustered +
involucre external texturearachnoid + and glabrate +
involucre shapeovoid +, hemispheric + and campanulate +
lobe arrangementspaced +
lobe orientationspreading +
lobe shapelinear-lanceolate +, triangular +, spinose-dentate + and cleft +
margin shapelobed +
phyllary arrangementimbricate +
phyllary orientationappressed +
phyllary positionouter + and middle +
phyllary shapeovate + and linear-lanceolate +
spine colorationstramineous +
spine orientationascending + and spreading +
stem external texturegray-tomentose + and glabrate +
stem orientationerect +
taproot internal texturewoody +
whole organism life styleperennial +
wing architecture or shapespiny +