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  • The pappi are very big with barbellate bristles.
  • The silky-hairy, fusiform achenes form a crown with a double pappus in two series, the inner one with long, barbellate bristles, the outher one with short bristles or minute scales.
  • The bristles are unequal, soft to stiff, barbellate (finely barbed) or barbellulate (barbed with diminutive barbs) and often apically somewhat clavate, or club shaped.
  • The bristles of the pappus are scabrous, barbellate, or plumose.