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10. p. 8. Leaves sometimes eglandular and ray corolla limbs commonly eglandular, commonly white or yellow, infrequently pinkish. 9. Rhizomatous herbs; stems simple or few-branched from base; ray corollas white, infrequently pinkish; receptacles epaleate or epaleate. 10. Leaves deeply 2-3-pinnatisect; ray florets (3-)5, corolla limbs short and orbicular or cuneate; cypselae obcompressed, faintly 2(-3)-nerved; pappus absent; receptacles paleate; root tips never red. 1. Achillea 10. Leaves simple and entire to pinnatilobed; ray florets 20-40+, corolla limbs elongate, much longer than broad; cypselae obconical, strongly c.

233. F. Pruski. 1. Tribe Anthemideae Cass. Ursinieae H. Rob. F. Pruski. Annual herbs to shrubs, often aromatic, insect pollinated or infrequently wind-pollinated; herbage usually with simple trichomes, trichomes infrequently dolabriform. Leaves mostly cauline, typically alternate, generally lobed or dissected to deeply pinnatifid, often amplexicaul or clasping stem; blade usually chartaceous, venation pinnate, third order veins often obscure, apex of blade, lobes and serrations often mucronate.

7 cm. 5 cm, ebracteolate; calyx to 10 cm, bent, reddish-purple marked with yellow within, the limb with 3 pendent, linear lobes; gynostemium 3-lobed, subsessile. Capsules 5 cm, woody, basipetal. Quercus-Pinus forest. Ch (Stevens 1278, NY); G (Standley J-8982, F); H (Standley 4787, NY). 1500-1800 m. ) 3. Aristolochia arborea Linden, Cat. Pl. Exot. 13: 6 (1858). n. ). : Guaquito de la tierra. Aristolochia salvadorensis Standl. Flora Mesoamericana, Volume 2 (2), Aristolochiaceae, page 5 of 14 Tomentulose shrubs or small trees; pseudostipules absent.

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