PSEUDOGNAPHALIUM

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Fifteen of the species treated here occur also in Mexico; those that do not are Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium, P. saxicola, P. micradenium, and P. helleri (eastern United States and adjacent Canada), and P. ramosissimum and P. thermale (western United States and adjacent Canada).

Facts about "PSEUDOGNAPHALIUM"
array architecturecorymbiform + and paniculiform +
base architectureclasping +
base shapedecurrent +
blade shapelanceolate + and oblanceolate +
bristle architecturebarbellate +
bristle fusiondistinct +
chromosome count7 +
corolla colorationyellowish +
corolla shapered-tipped +
cypsela shapeoblong-compressed + and cylindric +
face architecture or external texture or reliefsmooth +
face architecture or exudationstipitate-or-sessile-glandular +
face colorationtaxonname-bicolor +, taxonname-concolor +, abaxial +, gray +, greenish + and grayish +
face external texturetomentose +, velutinous +, glabrous +, glabrescent + and arachnose +
face external texture or internal texturepapillate-roughened +
face positionadaxial +
floret architecturepistillate +
floret countnumerous than bisexual +
floret positionperipheral +
hair shapepapilliform +
head architecture or shapedisciform +
involucre shapecampanulate + and cylindric +
leaf architecturesessile +
leaf arrangementalternate +
leaf positionbasal + and cauline +
margin shapeentire +
pappus behaviourfalling +
phyllary colorationwhitish +, rosy +, tawny +, brownish +, opaque + and hyaline +
phyllary external texture or internal texturechartaceous +
phyllary reflectancedull + and shiny +
phyllary sizeunequal +
receptacle architectureepaleate +
receptacle architecture or external texture or reliefsmooth +
receptacle prominence or shapeflat +
ridge dehiscence or orientationlongitudinal +
ridge external textureglabrous +
series count1 +
stem architecture or exudationstipitate-or-sessile-glandular +
stem external texturewoolly-tomentose +
stem habitdecumbent + and procumbent +
stem orientationerect +
stereome architecture or exudationsessile-glandular +
stereome colorationgreen +
whole organism life styleannual +, biennial + and perennial +