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Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis)

Observed: 1st July 2009 By: MickETalbotMickETalbot’s reputation in PlantsMickETalbot’s reputation in PlantsMickETalbot’s reputation in PlantsMickETalbot’s reputation in Plants
Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis)
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MickETalbot's picture

capitulum

The term capitulum can refer to several things:
In botany:
a type of flower head where the bracts are located under the basis, such as a daisy's
the top of a Sphagnum moss plant with compact clusters of young branches. Put up more for my benefit, and I do agree, there are hair just about visible.

MickETalbot's picture

NBM mab...

...shows no records for Conyza sumatrensis in VC53, very interesting..!!

lavateraguy's picture

Stace writes ...

... that the phyllaries of Conyza canadensis are glabrous to sparsely hairy.

lavateraguy's picture

The BSBI tetrad map ...

... shows 8 records of Conyza sumatrensis in Lincolnshire. (On the other hand your Nonea lutea could be a county first record.)

cicuta58's picture

C. sumatrensis

In my limited experience, Conyza sumatrensis is much more downy and not as pale.

cicuta58

MickETalbot's picture

So..

Canadian Fleabane (Conyza canadensis) it is..?

spins's picture

This is C. canadensis

Very obvious.

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C. canadensis