Asteraceae tribe Inuleae
J. Phys. Chim. Hist. Nat. Arts88: 193. 1819
Introduced; Old World, especially Eurasia and n Africa, some species widely introduced and established in local floras.
Genera ca. 40, species ca. 500 (3 genera, 5 species in the flora).
Following A. A. Anderberg (1994) and others, some 180 genera and 2000 species have been segregated from traditionally circumscribed Inuleae as Gnaphalieae, and another 25+ genera and 200+ species as Plucheeae.
|1||Pappi of outer, ± connate, ± erose scales in 1 series and inner, distinct bristles in 1 series.||Pulicaria|
|1||Pappi of distinct or basally connate bristles and/or setiform-scales in 1 series||> 2|
|2||Annuals (pilosulous to hispid and stipitate-glandular, viscid); involucres 3–8 mm diam.; laminae of ray corollas 2–5(–7) mm||Dittrichia|
|2||Perennials; involucres 10–40 mm diam.; laminae of ray corollas 10–30+ mm||Inula|