hairy phyllaries

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  • The head has narrow, hairy phyllaries at the base.
  • The flower head has an urn-shaped base of rough, hairy phyllaries.
  • Each of the many flower heads is enveloped in smooth or hairy phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence bears one or more flower heads lined with pointed, roughly hairy phyllaries.
  • Each small head is a cup of hairy phyllaries surrounding a center of yellowish disc florets and is about half a centimeter wide.
  • The inflorescence is one or more flower heads lined with hairy phyllaries.
  • The flower heads are under a centimeter wide and have hairy phyllaries and golden yellow ray and disc florets.
  • The inflorescence bears a single flower head lined with hairy phyllaries.
  • There is no stem, but it does produce several stem-like peduncles, each peduncle bearing a single flower head surrounded by glabrous to hairy phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence is generally a cluster of a few flower heads lined with hairy phyllaries and containing yellow disc florets.
  • Each head is lined with glandular, hairy phyllaries and contains several white or pink-tinged disc florets with protruding anthers.
  • Each head is a spherical involucre of hairy phyllaries covered in knobby resin glands.
  • The inflorescence is an array of flower heads lined with hairy phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence holds usually one, but sometimes 2 or 3, daisylike flower heads lined in hairy phyllaries.
  • The narrow inflorescence holds clusters of flower heads lined with rough, shiny, slightly hairy phyllaries and containing yellowish disc florets.
  • Atop the stems are inflorescences of flower heads with hairy phyllaries.
  • Atop the hairy stems are inflorescences of flower heads with hairy phyllaries.
  • The inflorescence bears flower heads on erect peduncles, each head measuring 1 to 3 centimeters wide with hairy phyllaries.
  • Each head has narrow, pointed, hairy phyllaries, a large dense center of many yellow disc florets, and a short fringe of many rectangular yellow ray florets, which are only about 2 millimeters long each.
  • The inflorescence bears flower heads lined with hairy phyllaries and ringed with 7 to 12 gold ray florets each about 3 millimeters long.