TRAGOPOGON

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Tragopogon is weedy in North America. Allotetraploids T. mirus and T. miscellus are native to the United States. The heads of tragopogons usually open early mornings and close by midday.

Facts about "TRAGOPOGON"
apex shapeacute +
awn architecture or shapeplumose +
awn colorationbrownish + and whitish +
awn fusionconnate +
awn sizesubequal + and unequal +
barb arrangementintertwined +
beak architecture or shape5-10-ribbed +
beak colorationconcolorous +, coloratiopaler constrainthan bodies + and paler +
beak shapeabrupt + and tapered +
blade arrangement or shapelinear +
blade grasslikelance-linear + and lance-attenuate +
blade shapelanceolate + and oblong +
body shapefusiform +, cylindric + and beaked +
calyculus count0 +
chromosome count6 +
corolla colorationyellow + and purple +
corolla external texture or internal texturedeliquescent +
cypsela colorationdark +, brown +, stramineous + and whitish +
face architecture or external texturescaley +
face external textureglabrous +, tomentulose +, floccose +, lanate + and glabrescent +
face reliefmuricate +
head arrangementsingly +
involucre shapecampanulate + and cylindric +
leaf architecturesessile +
leaf positionbasal + and cauline +
margin architectureclasping +
margin colorationwhite + and pellucid +
margin shapeentire +
pappus durationpersistent +
peduncle architectureebracteate +
peduncle shapeinflated +
phyllary arrangement or shapelinear +
phyllary shapelinear-lanceolate +, triangular-lanceolate + and oblong-lanceolate +
phyllary variabilityequal +
receptacle architectureepaleate +
receptacle architecture or external texture or reliefsmooth +
receptacle external textureglabrous +
receptacle shapeconvex +
rib architectureprickly + and scaly +
rib reliefmuricate +
scale architecture or shapeplumose +
scale colorationbrownish + and whitish +
scale fusionconnate +
scale shapesubulate +
scale sizesubequal + and unequal +
series count1 +
stem architecturebranched +
stem count1 +
stem external textureglabrous +, tomentulose +, floccose +, lanate + and glabrescent +
stem orientationerect +
whole organism architecturetaprooted +
whole organism life stylebiennial +, annual + and perennial +