33 Sabonet, Pretoria and Harare Page as Galinsoga ciliata. Stace, C.A. ( ). New Flora of the British Isles. 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press. Hairy Galinsoga: Galinsoga ciliata this weed from smallflower galinsoga ( Galinsoga parviflora), which is very similar but much less hairy than hairy galinsoga. Alternative name: Galinsoga ciliata. _88_88 Description of Galinsoga ciliata. The following is a Statistics of barcoding coverage: Galinsoga ciliata.
Archived from the original xls on Galinsoga Flora of Mexico Invasive plant species Plants described in There are typically five white ray florets widely spaced around the center, each an oval shape typically with three crenate teeth at the tip. The roots gallnsoga a fibrous root system. Virginia Galinsooga Weed Identification Guide. Sabazia urticifolia Kunth DC. The Plants of Pennsylvania 2 ed. The stem below the cotyledon hypocotyl is very short, green, becoming maroon with age.
Found throughout the eastern and midwestern United States, and also on the west coast.
The densely hairy nature of this weed helps to distinguish this weed from smallflower galinsoga Galinsoga parviflorawhich is very similar but much less hairy than hairy galinsoga.
Both the disk and ray florets are fertile  producing a achene with a large pappus.
Blake Galinsoga eligulata Cuatrec. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link from Wikidata Taxonbars with 25—29 taxon IDs.
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Care must be taken to not confuse them with the unrelated, but visually similar Tridax procumbens which is poisonous. An abundant seed-producing summer annual with hairy leaves and stems, reaching 2 feet in height. Galinsoga urticifolia Kunth Benth. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Jaegeria urticifolia Kunth Spreng. Galinsoga quadriradiata is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family which is known by several common names, including shaggy soldier  Peruvian daisy galinnsoga, hairy galinsoga. Galinsoga quadriradiata is an annual herb which varies in appearance. Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland. The main stem reaches anywhere from 10 to 60 centimeters inches in height and may branch or not.
Cotyledons club-shaped with slightly indented tip.
Its native home is apparently central Mexicoalthough it has become naturalized in many other places North and South America, Europe, Japan, Philippines, the northern India, Nepal, etc. This page was last edited on 18 Februaryat Wikimedia Commons has media related to Galinsoga quadriradiata.
The small flower heads are up to a centimeter wide 0. Flowers are less than 1 cm wide and consist of 4 to 5 white or less often pink3-toothed ray flowers outer flowers and many yellow disk flowers inner flowers.
Galinsoga quadriradiata Scientific classification Kingdom: Erect, reaching 2 feet in height, freely- branched, green or less often maroon-tinted, and covered with hairs. Many flowers are produced from terminal stems or from the areas where petioles meet the stem leaf axils.