Cirsium ownbeyi

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Cirsium ownbeyi is endemic to the eastern side of the Uintah Mountains in northeastern Utah, southwestern Wyoming, and northwestern Colorado. It is in the Center for Plant Conservation’s National Collection of Endangered Plants.

Facts about "Cirsium ownbeyi"
apex arrangementradiating +
apex courseflexuous +
apex orientationascending +
apex shapeentire +
apex widthnarrow +
array architecturecorymbiform +
base colorationdark-brown +
base durationpersistent +
base orientationappressed +
base positiondistalmost + and outer +
base shapedecurrent +
blade shapeoblong +, elliptic +, oblanceolate + and divided +
bract shapespiny-pectinate +
caudex architecturebranched +
collar variabilitydifferentiated +
corolla colorationwhite +, pink + and pink-purple +
cypsela colorationbrown +
cypsela size4 +
face architecturewinged-petiolate + and sessile +
face arrangementdistributed +
face countpresent +
face external textureglabrous +, tomentose +, villous + and glabrescent +
face otherprincipal +
face other or positionproximal +
face positionadaxial +, basal +, cauline +, mid + and distal +
face sizereduced +
flowering timesummerjun +, jul + and aug +
habitatstony soils in sparsely vegetated areas of pinyon-juniper woodlands , sagebrush scrub , arid grasslands , and riparian scrub , in dry sites or on seeps +
head arrangementcrowded +
head orientationerect +
involucre external texturearachnoid + and glabrate +
involucre shapeovoid +
lobe shapelinear +, linear-lanceolate +, spinulose +, spiny-dentate + and lobed +
phyllary arrangementimbricate +
phyllary colorationgreen +
phyllary shapelinear-lanceolate +
ridge developmentdeveloped +
spine sizeslender +
stem architecturesimple + and branched +
stem external textureglabrous +, arachnoid + and villous +
stem orientationerect +
trichome architecturejointed +
vein sizetaxonname-major +
whole organism life styleperennial +
wing architecture or shapespiny +