Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその周辺の野生植物




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Species in the genus Siegesbeckia:

Siegesbeckia glabrescens / Komenamomi
Siegesbeckia pubescens / Menamomi


Siegesbeckia pubescens / Menamomi メナモミ

Siegesbeckia pubescens is a 0.8-1.2m-tall annual that grows in fields and mountains, with dense white divaricate hairs on the upper parts of stems. Leaves with long petioles with wings are opposite; blades measure 8-19cm long, 5-18cm wide, ovate or ovate-like triangular, with dense white hairs on back side veins, which look velvety. Yellow flower heads attach branch tips gathering together in a corymb way. The flower heads are about 2cm across; the center portions are tubular flowers surrounded by single rows of ligulate flowers. Involucral bracts are five and divaricate. The involucral bracts and receptacles are sticky with dense glandular hairs. Bloom time: September-October.




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