Fl. Peruv. Prodr., 113, plate 24. 1794
Common names: Burrweed
Etymology: For Salvador Soliva, an 18th-Century physician to the Spanish court
Synonyms: Gymnostyles Jussieu
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 19. Treatment on page 545. Mentioned on page 52, 486.
Annuals, (1–)2–10(–30+) cm (taprooted, often stoloniferous and/or mat-forming). Stems 1–5+, ± procumbent to erect, simple or branched, glabrous or strigillose to villous [piloso-hispid] (hairs mostly basifixed). Leaves basal or basal and cauline; alternate; sessile or petiolate (bases ± clasping); blades ± obovate to spatulate, usually (1–)2–3-pinnately or -pinnati-palmately lobed (ultimate lobes oblong or lanceolate to oblanceolate or spatulate), ultimate margins entire or dentate, faces glabrous or strigillose to villous. Heads disciform, borne singly (sessile in leaf axils). Involucres ± hemispheric or broader, 2–8+ mm diam. Phyllaries persistent, 5–8+ in 1–2+ series, distinct, lanceolate to ovate, subequal, margins and apices (usually colorless, sometimes brownish) scarious. Receptacles flat to hemispheric or conic, epaleate. Ray florets 0 (peripheral, pistillate florets 5–100+ in 1–8+ series; corollas 0, styles sheathed by pericarp tissues, soon indurate, becoming spinelike). Disc florets 2–8+, functionally staminate; corollas yellowish or whitish, tubes ± cylindric, throats campanulate to funnelform, lobes (2–)4, ± deltate (without resin sacs). Cypselae: (bodies) ± obovate to oblanceolate or oblong-cuneate, ob-compressed or -flattened, winged (wings entire or sculpted), faces glabrous or ± scabrellous to hirtellous or (distally) villous to pilose or arachnose, glabrescent (pericarps without myxogenic cells or resin sacs); pappi 0 (persistent stylar sheaths indurate, spinelike). x = unknown.
South America, introduced also in Europe, Asia, Pacific Islands (New Zealand), Australia.
Species 4–8 (3 in the flora).
|1||Cypselar bodies obovate to oblanceolate, margins usually ± winged (wings not transversely rugulose or ribbed), faces glabrous or ± scabrellous to hirtellous||Soliva sessilis|
|1||Cypselar bodies oblong-cuneate, margins winged (wings transversely rugulose or ribbed), faces glabrous or distally villous to pilose or arachnose, glabrescent||> 2|
|2||Leaves mostly basal, blades 3–8(–15) cm, 2–3-pinnati-palmately lobed; cypselar wings rugulose or ribbed in proximal 2/3, shoulders not spinose||Soliva anthemifolia|
|2||Leaves basal and cauline, blades 1–2(–3) cm, 1(–2)-pinnati-palmately lobed; cypselar wings rugulose or ribbed in proximal 9/10, shoulders ± spinose laterally||Soliva stolonifera|
Facts about "Soliva"
|Author||Linda E. Watson +|
|Authority||Ruiz & Pavón +|
|Common name||Burrweed +|
|Distribution||South America +, Introduced also in Europe +, Asia +, Pacific Islands (New Zealand) + and Australia. +|
|Etymology||For Salvador Soliva, an 18th-Century physician to the Spanish court +|
|Illustrator||Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey +|
|Publication title||Fl. Peruv. Prodr., +|
|Publication year||1794 +|
|Reference||cabrera1949a + and webb1986a +|
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|Taxon family||Asteraceae +|
|Taxon name||Soliva +|
|Taxon parent||Asteraceae tribe Anthemideae +|
|Taxon rank||genus +|
|Volume||Volume 19 +|