Conyza canadensis

El erígero del Canadá o hierba carnicera, sinónimo: Erigerum canadensis, es una especie botánica de planta con flor, herbácea de la familia Asteraceae, nativa . Identificación: planta anual de 20-cm, pelosa. Hojas distribuidas por todo el tallo, las medias linear-lanceoladas sólo con el nervio medio bien marcado y con .

Distribución por provincias : Alicante. It is in flower from Jun to October, and the seeds ripen from . Flowers to mm with white ray florets . South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Conyza canadensis is a ANNUAL growing to m (3ft 3in) by 0. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Paris) . The small white discoid flowers are terminal and axillary. Panicles of flowers may take up the . Bayer Code: ERICA Horseweed is a winter or summer annual found in waste areas, . Flora Vascular de Andalucía Occidental: Tallos de hasta 1cm, laxamente pubescentes. Photo from Forest Plants of the Southeast and Their Wildlife Uses by J. Miller, published by The University of Georgia Press in . Single, erect, stiff-haire leafy stem.

Status: Native, FACU (NWPL), AD (WAP). Common Names, English: Horsewee Canadian Fleabane; German: . Canadian Horseweed is a native erect annual forb, growing on slightly hairy ridged stems from feet to feet high. Notes: A non-native annual, it can be found in . Kanada xırdaləçəyi, Erigeron canadensis català: Coniza canadenca, Erigeron canadensis čeština: . En asociación con Aquilegia vulgaris. Liu HL(1), Liu BL, Wang GC, Dai Y, . Now considered a nearly cosmopolitan wee but apparently native to North America, widely naturalized in Europe and elsewhere.

The common name may refer to the size of this plant, a robust, coarse summer annual in the . Biology and ecophysiology of hairy . The tiny daisy-like flowers give this tall plant a fuzzy appearance. Older botanical texts refer to this as Erigeron canadensis and call it Canada .