Eastern Mojave Vegetation Distinctly ciliate petiole of Coll. No. 1992, Solidago multiradiata  
 

 

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  Asteraceae Solidago multiradiata
Scanned 19 January 2019.

Coll. No. 1992, 24 July 2018, characters observed: Perennial herb, 18 cm., rhizomatous; Stem, proximal glabrous to distal glandular-hairy; Leaves, cauline, alternate, proximal petiole winged distinctly ciliate, distal apparently sessile (subclasping?), petiole, 40 mm., blade, 40 mm. × 10 mm. wide, narrowly oblanceolate, entire, margins, finely ciliate; Inflorescence, heads 15-20 per stem, not showy, triangular, >leaves; Involucre, 4 mm. × 7.5 mm. wide, ovoid; Phyllaries, #3± series, lower, slightly less than rest of involucre, few hairs similar to those on peduncles, mid-vein tan, body green, margin scarious, margins, flat, tip, acute; Flowers, 2 kinds; Ray flowers, #24-30, tube 2.5 mm. + blade 2.5 mm. × 1 mm. wide, yellow, fertile; Disk flowers, many, tube 3 mm. + lobes 0.7 mm., throat expanding, yellow; Pappus, many, well-developed capillary bristles, 3 mm., ±equal; Cypsela, 1 mm., brown, sparsely hairy.

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