hairy achene

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  • The fruit is a hairy achene up to a long including its pappus.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene up to a centimeter long including its long, soft pappus.
  • The fruit is a tiny hairy achene less than a millimeter long.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene one to two millimeters long.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene up to a centimeter long, not counting its off-white pappus.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene which is roughly a centimeter long including its pappus.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene which may be up to a centimeter long, including its pappus of long bristles.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene with a very long beak and a plume on the end.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene with a pappus of many white scales.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene about a centimeter in length.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene up to about 2 millimeters long.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene with a long white pappus.
  • The fruit is a tiny, hairy achene a few millimeters long.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene which may be nearly 2 centimeters long, including its pappus of long bristles.
  • The fruit is a stout, hairy achene which may be over a centimeter long including the long, spiky pappus.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene a few millimeters long, sometimes with a pappus of tiny scales.
  • The fruit is a small, hairy achene often topped with a brownish pappus.
  • The fruit is a densely hairy achene which may be nearly 2 centimeters long, including its pappus of long bristles.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene with a pappus at the top.
  • The fruit is a hairy achene a few millimeters long which is linear in shape with a pappus of scales.
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