MICROPSIS

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See discussion of Filagininae following the tribal description (p. 385).

Facts about "MICROPSIS"
apex relieferose +
apex shape2-3-fid + and entire +
blade arrangement or shapelinear +
blade shapeoblanceolate + and spatulate +
body architectureopen +
body architecture or shapesaccate +
body shapeobovate +, oblanceolate +, lanceoloid + and oblanceoloid +
body shape or vernationinvolute +
cypsela arrangement or shapeangular +
cypsela colorationbrownish +
cypsela habitdimorphic +
cypsela orientationincurved +
cypsela shapepistillate +, ellipsoid +, obovoid + and gibbous +
face coursestraight +
face external texturestrigose + and glabrescent +
face reproductionbisexual +
face shapeterete +
floret architecturepistillate +
floret count0 +
floret reproductionbisexual +
glomerule architecturespiciform +
glomerule architecture or fragilityloose +
glomerule densitydense +
glomerule positionaxillary +
involucre count0 +
involucre prominenceinconspicuous +
leaf arrangementalternate +
leaf positioncauline +
lobe count4 +
lobe variabilityequal +
nerve arrangementparallel +
nerve prominenceprominent +
palea architecturepistillate +
palea behaviourfalling +
palea colorationyellowish + and brownish +
palea durationpersistent +
palea height or lengthshorter +
palea orientationerect + and incurved +
palea reproductionbisexual +
palea sizeenlarged +
palea variabilityequal +
pappus count0 +
pappus shapecoroniform +
phyllary count0 +
phyllary prominencevestigial +
phyllary sizeunequal +
receptacle external textureglabrous +
receptacle shapeflat + and pulvinate +
scar positionapical +
stem count1 +
stem habitdecumbent +
stem orientationerect + and ascending +
whole organism life styleannual +
wing orientationincurved +