Eryngium heterophyllum es una especie de planta medicinal perteneciente a la familia Apiaceae. Es originaria de México. Etymology: Eryngium is derived from the Greek word erungos for thistle, alluding to the spiny leaves that characterize this genus; heterophyllum means means. Family: Apiaceae Lindl. Genus: Eryngium Tourn. ex L. Eryngium heterophyllum Engelm. This species is accepted, and its native range is Arizona to Texas and.
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The dense ovoid heads of flowers, superficially resembling Ranunculaceae, along with the prominent, spiky-looking, lateral, subtending bracts make this species stand out. Capsule splitting into 2 single seeded mericarps, ovoid, flattened laterally, covered with hyaline scales or tubercules, the ribs obsolete, with several inconspicuous oil tubes. Go To Encyclopedia of Life Bracts subtending the heads are heeterophyllum above, lanceolate to linear-lanceolate, mm long, entire or with pairs of lateral spines heherophyllum the middle; floral bractlets subtending each small flower are usually entire; calyx lobes lanceolate to ovate, obtuse or acute; corollas white or bluish white.
Basal rosette heterophhyllum alternate cauline leaves; lower cauline leaves pinnatifid to bipinnatisect; basal leaves pinnatisect to spinose-serrate. Go To Encyclopedia of Life Log In New Account Sitemap. It is an attractive plant, suited for use in flower arrangements, as the flowers hold their form and color for an extended period and can be handled easily enough if one is careful in cutting them.
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If you are not sure what you are looking for, try the Combination Search or our Recommended Species lists. LCrumbacherAHazelton They are surrounded by showy, spiny leaf bracts. Heterophy,lum leaves as well as the bracts around the flower are bristle-toothed. This large genus of mostly temperate regions resembles the thistles of eryngiun aster family Asteraceae in their prickliness, but the flowers reveal that these species belong to the carrot family. Sandy soil in grasslands, open woods, and along watercourses, usually in mountains.
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Eryngium altamiranoi, Eryngium confusum, Eryngium endlichii, Eryngium medium, Eryngium wrightii Editor: Click here for map of regions. National Wetland Indicator Status Region: Small, whitish, clustered in dense bracteate heads which are in turn arranged in open, long-peduncled panicles.
The dense ovoid heads of flowers, superficially resembling Ranunculaceae, along with the prominent, spiky-looking, lateral, subtending bracts make this species stand out. This site is not designed for commercial use or publication.
Apiaceae Wright’s Eryngo [ Eryngium wrightii A. From the Image Gallery 4 photo s available in the gallery. Stransky, Bill Strickland, Sam C.
From the Image Gallery Eryngium is derived from the Greek word erungos for thistle, heterlphyllum to hetero;hyllum spiny leaves that characterize this genus; heterophyllum means means that the leaves are different on the same plant. Herbaceous perennials from a cylindric taproot; stems stout, erect, simple to branching, somewhat striated; herbage glabrous, light grayish green to silvery in color. Sweeney, Collene Swint, Richard B.
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This whole plant has a silvery thistle look. Apiaceae Wright’s Eryngo [ Eryngium wrightii A.
Plants Profile for Eryngium heterophyllum (Wright’s eryngo)
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Fred Buerger, Marion L. Bloom Information Bloom Color: Dunatchik, David Duncan, Robert C. There is no use recorded for this species, but other species in this genus have uses. When the tiny, silvery-looking flowers mature, they turn sky-blue. Loughmiller Search More Titles in Bibliography. Anderson, Beth Armstrong, Patricia K. Herbaceous perennials from a cylindric taproot; stems stout, erect, simple to heterophyyllum, somewhat striated; herbage glabrous, light grayish green to silvery in color.
A Field Guide Date Taken: Clippard, Lee Coburn, Ruth B. In Europe roots of some species are candied, and in South America the fiber caraguata is obtained from the leaves of one. Small, whitish, clustered in dense bracteate heads which are in turn arranged in open, long-peduncled panicles. If you can verify this image, please contact the Native Plant Database Manager.
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