Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:

Annual or perennial herbs.  Lvs alternate or radical, entire, serrate or pinnately lobed;  stipules 0.  Fls in a capitulum on a common receptacle surrounded by 1–2 series of bracts, 4–6-merous, actinomorphic, usually ☿, rarely unisexual.  Calyx tubular, adnate to ovary, angled and dentate.  Corolla lobes valvate, terminating a corolla tube.  Stamens as many as and alternating with corolla lobes, inserted towards top of tube;  filaments ± connate;  anthers 2-locular, dehiscing longitudinally, ± connate around style.  Ovary 1-locular, inferior;  style undivided;  ovule solitary, pendulous.  Fr. an achene, the achenes sometimes connate;  seed solitary.

[From:  Webb et al. (1988) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 4.]

Number of species in New Zealand within Calyceraceae
Exotic: Casual1
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