Crepis monticola

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Crepis monticola is recognized by the densely stipitate-glandular stems and leaves, and long-acuminate phyllaries.

Facts about "Crepis monticola"
apex shapeacute +, long-acuminate +, narrowed + and beaked +
array architecturecymiform +
array architecture or fragilityloose +
base architectureclasping +
blade shapeelliptic + and oblanceolate +
bractlet architecture or exudationstipitate-glandular +
bractlet external texturesetose +
bractlet shapelanceolate + and linear +
bristle height or lengthshorter +
caudex architecturesimple + and branched +
chromosome count22 +, 33 +, 44 +, 55 +, 77 + and 88 +
corolla colorationyellow +
cypsela colorationbrown +
cypsela shapefusiform +
face architecture or exudationstipitate-glandular +
face external texturevillous +, setose +, glabrous + and with fine , appressed , yellowish hairs +
face positioncauline + and adaxial +
flowering timemayjun + and jul +
habitatconiferous forests +, thickets +, open woods +, valleys and foothills + and dry gravelly open areas +
habitat inclinesloped +
habitat moisturedry +
hair colorationyellowish +
hair orientationappressed +
hair widthfine +
involucre shapecylindro-campanulate +
leaf architecturepetiolate +
leaf positionbasal + and cauline +
lobe shapelanceolate + and acuminate +
margin colorationyellowish +
margin external texturescarious +
margin shapelobed +, serrate + and dentate +
pappus colorationwhite +
phyllary shapelanceolate +
rib count13 +
stem architecturebranched +
stem architecture or exudationstipitate-glandular +
stem colorationbrown +
stem external texturesetose +
stem fragilitystout +
stem orientationerect +
taproot orientationvertical +
whole organism life styleperennial +