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Glebionis

See list of 3 species in this genus
  • 1a. Rays with 2 or more colors, frequently yellow with a dark red band just above the base, though the apical color of the ray may be various shades of red, orange, pink, or white; outer involucral bracts keeled; cypselas ± flat
  • 1b. Rays yellow; outer involucral bracts not keeled; cypselas compressed-triangular to compressed-columnar or columnar
    • 2a. Principal leaf blades toothed to pinnatifid, the rachis of the blade (i.e., excluding the teeth or lobes) wider than 6 mm, clasping the stem (except the lowest leaves which are narrowed to petiole-like base) [Fig. 414]; cypsela bodies of center of capitilum subterete, the angles with a prominent rib
    • 2b. Principal leaf blades bipinnatifid, the rachis of the blade narrower than 6 mm, not clasping the stem; cypsela bodies of center of capitulum subterete, the angles with a prominent rib, and also with a minor rib between them

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