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《中国植物志》英文修订版
Flora of China
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   246. Cavea  W. W. Smith & J. Small Trans. & Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh. 27: 119. 1917.
葶菊属   ting ju shu
  
Authors:Authors: Yousheng Chen & Arne A. Anderberg

  

Herbs, perennial. Rhizome stout and branched, usually growing in a large clone. Stems erect, simple, solitary or clustered. Leaves oblanceolate, mostly basal with distinct petioles, cauline ones ± sessile, alternate. Capitula solitary, broadly campanulate, disciform with numerous marginal female florets and disk male florets or discoid and plants monoecious or dioecious. Involucres in several series, herbaceous, outermost series largest. Receptacle slightly convex or flat, foveolate, epaleate. Functionally male florets usually in center, 20-30 in number; corollas tubular-campanulate, deeply 5-lobed, lobes reflexed; style undivided, conic at apex; pappus of one series. Female florets numerous (sometimes totally female florets in a head or in all capitula of one plant); corolla tubular, shallowly 4-toothed; style 2-branched, branches linear, rounded at apex. Achenes oblong or narrowly obovoid. Pappus of 2 series, barbellate bristles, persistent, numerous on female florets, sparse and shorter on male florets.

One species: Himalaya, including China.

GENERA INCERTAE SEDIS

GENERA INCERTAE SEDIS

  
   Lower Taxon
  • Cavea tanguensis  (J. R. Drummond) W. W. Smith & J. Small  葶菊