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Tagetes subulata

Synonyms: Tagetes multiseta; Tagetes wislizeni

Wikipedia Abstract

Tagetes subulata is an herbaceous plant of the sunflower family. It is widespread across most of Mexico, and found also in Central America, Colombia, and Venezuela. It has highly divided bright green leaves and yellow flowers contained in an elongated calyx.
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Infraspecies

Attributes

Structure [1]  Herb

Distribution

7 - Northern America, 79 - Mexico, ; 7 - Northern America, 79 - Mexico, ; 8 - Southern America, 83 - Western South America, Colombia (CLM), Colombia (CLM-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, Costa Rica (COS), Costa Rica (COS-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, El Salvador (ELS), El Salvador (ELS-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, Guatemala (GUA), Guatemala (GUA-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, Honduras (HON), Honduras (HON-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, Nicaragua (NIC), Nicaragua (NIC-OO); 8 - Southern America, 80 - Central America, Panamá (PAN), Panamá (PAN-OO); 8 - Southern America, 82 - Northern South America, Venezuela (VEN), Venezuela (VEN-OO);;

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Kattge, J. et al. (2011b) TRY - a global database of plant traits Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935
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