Logfia arizonica

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Logfia arizonica is known from southwestern California to northern Baja California Sur to southern Arizona and adjacent Sonora (except Colorado River valley) and from the Channel Islands (Santa Catalina, San Clemente) and Angel de la Guarda, Cedros, and Guadalupe islands in Mexico.

Facts about "Logfia arizonica"
array architecturedichasiiform +
body external texture or internal texturecartilaginous +
body shapeobcompressed +
branch architectureleafless +
branch colorationpurplish + and black +
branch external textureglabrescent +
bristle behaviourfalling +
chromosome count28 +
cypsela orientationincurved +, ascending + and erect +
cypsela positionouter + and inner +
cypsela reliefmuriculate +
cypsela shapeobcompressed +
floret architecturepistillate +
floret reproductionbisexual +
flowering timefebmar +, apr +, may + and mid jun +
habitatseasonally moist clay flats +, sandy drainages +, coastal slopes +, flood plains +, rocky places + and roadsides mediterranean to arid climates +
habitat inclineflat + and sloped +
habitat moisturewet +
head length4 +
head shapepyramidal +
head sizelargest +
head width3 +
largest external texture or internal texturepliant +
leaf lengthlongest +
leaf shapelinear +, oblanceolate + and acute +
length external textureglabrous +
lobe colorationbrownish + and yellowish +
lobe count5 +
longest positiondistal +
palea architecturepistillate +
palea architecture or shapesaccate +
palea arrangementranked +
palea count5 +
palea orientationincurved + and spreading +
palea reproductionbisexual +
palea shapegibbous + and galeate +
phyllary count0 +
phyllary prominencevestigial +
receptacle shapeobovoid +
ring architecturecomplete + and partial +
series count1 +
stem orientationspreading +
whole organism life styleplant +
wing prominenceprominent +