Genus in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Pectis (rights holder: San Diego Natural History Museum. SDNHM. Year: 2015.)© San Diego Natural History Museum. SDNHM. Year: 2015. (licence)


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)

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Parent Taxon
Taxonomic Completion
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