OMALOTHECA

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The species of Omalotheca have been placed in subg. Omalotheca (capitulescences of 1–10 heads, cypselae compressed-obovoid, and pappus bristles distinct and falling separately) and subg. Gamochaetiopsis Schultz-Bipontinus & F. W. Schultz (capitulescences of 10–100 heads, cypselae cylindric, and pappus bristles basally connate and falling together). In the flora, O. norvegica and O. sylvatica belong in subg. Gamochaetiopsis; O. supina is in subg. Omalotheca.

Facts about "OMALOTHECA"
array architecturespiciform + and subcapitate +
base shapecuneate +
blade shapelanceolate + and oblanceolate +
bristle architecturebarbellate +
chromosome count14 +
corolla colorationpurplish +, whitish + and reddish +
cypsela shapeobovoid +, cylindric +, fusiform + and compressed +
face colorationtaxonname-bicolor +, taxonname-concolor +, abaxial +, gray +, adaxial +, grayish + and greenish +
face external texturetomentose +, sericeous +, woolly +, glabrate + and strigillose +
face reliefpapillate +
floret architecturepistillate +
floret countnumerous than bisexual +
floret positionperipheral + and inner +
floret reproductionbisexual +
head architecture or shapedisciform +
involucre shapecampanulate + and turbinate +
leaf architecturesessile +
leaf arrangementalternate +
leaf durationpersistent +
leaf positionbasal + and cauline +
margin shapeentire +
pappus behaviourfalling +
phyllary colorationstramineous +, brownish +, mottled + and hyaline +
phyllary external texture or internal texturechartaceous +
phyllary sizeunequal +
receptacle architectureepaleate +
receptacle architecture or external texture or reliefsmooth +
receptacle shapeflat + and concave +
series count1 +
stem architecturebranched +
stem count1 +
stem external texturewoolly-tomentose + and sericeous +
stem orientationerect +
stereome architecture or exudationglandular +
stipe sizeminute +
whole organism architecturefibrous-rooted +, rhizomatous + and stoloniferous +
whole organism life styleperennial +