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ENCELIOPSIS

David J. Keil & Curtis Clark


Perennial herb from stout caudex, ± scapose. Stem: densely leafy at base, leafless distally. Leaf: basal and closely alternate, simple, petioled or sessile, entire, 3-veined. Inflorescence: heads radiate [discoid], 1; peduncle long; involucre hemispheric; phyllaries ± overlapped in 3–6 series, free; receptacle paleate, palea folded around and falling with fruit. Ray flower: sterile; style 0; ray yellow. Disk flower: (50)200–500+; corolla yellow, tube slender, throat abruptly expanded, lobes triangular; anther tips ovate, ± acute; style tips triangular. Fruit: strongly compressed, wedge-shaped; edges ± white, corky, glabrous or long-ciliate; faces black, glabrous or ± hairy; pappus [0] of 2 narrow awns and a crown of shorter scales.
4 species: western North America. (Greek: like Encelia) [Clark 2006 FNANM 21:112–113]
Unabridged references: [Fehlberg & Ranker 2007 Syst Bot 32:692–699]

Key to Enceliopsis

1. Petioles winged, wings merging with blades, blades diamond-shaped or widely elliptic; herbage silvery-canescent ..... E. covillei

1' Petioles not or barely winged, blades ovate; herbage dull gray ..... E. nudicaulis

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