Genus in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection
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Pectis is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1759. The name is derived from the Latin word pecten, meaning "comb." It refers to the marginally-bristled leaves or the pappus form. These plants vary in appearance but they usually bear yellow daisy-like flower heads. Members of the genus are known generally as cinchweeds (current usage) or ... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)See more in the Encyclopedia of Life...
- Parent Taxon
- Taxonomic Completion
3.23%3 of 93 accepted Species
- Global Pollen Project UUID
- Botanical Reference
- None available. You can check The Plant List for further information.
Connected data sources
This taxon is currently linked to the following locations.The Plant ListGlobal Biodiversity Information Facility