Pseudognaphalium viscosum

Scientific name: Pseudognaphalium viscosum (Kunth) Anderb.
Botanical family: ASTERACEAE

Vernacular names

(In territories with significant traditional TRAMIL use)


  • kamomy

Other vernacular names

Botanical description

Annual or biannual herb, 20-80 cm high.  Stems with hirsute-glandulose.  Leaves, linear-lanceolate, apex acute or acuminate, margin usually revolute, veinsgreen, densely or scarcely hirsute-glandulose, underside with wooly surface.  Inflorescence head, simple or corymbose; corolla yellow, sometimes with coffee-colored apex.  Achenes oblong or tightly obovate, coffee-colored.







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