Sonchus bulbosus

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Sonchus bulbosus

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Common names

Albanian (Albania): Eteorica qeporeA,1; Arabic (Lebanon): أَثـْيوريزَة بَصَلِيَّةB,1, بَيْض الأَرْضB,1; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): CalabruixC, LleganyosaC, Patata bruixaC, PorcellanaC; French (Corse): Crépis bulbeuxD,1; French (France): Crépis bulbeuxE,1; Galician (Spain): Avelanceira da terraC; Hebrew (Israel): נִיסָנִית הַבֻּלְבּוּסִיןF,1, ניסנית הבולבוסיןF,1; Italian (Italy): Radicchiella bulbosaG,1; Portuguese (Portugal): Condrilha-de-DioscóridesC; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): Avellanas de tierraC, CastañuelaC, ClavellinaC, Escorzonera avellanadaC, PatatillaC, Puerro silvestreC, ZumilloC; Turkish (Turkey): ÇohuzH
1. recommended

Description

Rosette herb, perennial, 7-55 cm high, with tuberous roots. Flowering stems scapelike, often tinged red, in lower half glabrous, in upper half glandular with black hairs, 13.0-50.0-(60.0) cm long, usually unbranched with a single head or sometimes with 2-4 heads. Rosette leaves elliptic or narrowly obovate, 3.0-30.0 cm long, 0.5-5.0 cm wide, sometimes runcinate, dentate to entire, acute to obtuse, attenuate, glabrous, thinly papery, sometimes glaucous on both surfaces. Cauline leaves usually absent, but sometimes 1-2 near the base. Involucre (8.0)-9.0-15.0 mm long, at flowering (3.0)-6.0-12.0 mm in diameter; involucral bracts linear to oblong, rounded, obtuse or acute, glabrous or blackish glandular, minutely ciliate; outer involucral bracts c. 5.0 mm long, 1.0-1.5 mm wide; inner involucral bracts up to 15.0 mm long. Corolla ligulate, in lower part woolly; tube c. 6.0 mm long; ligule 10.0-12.0 mm long, c. 1.5 mm wide. Anthertube yellowish, c. 3.5 mm long. Style 9.0-10.0 mm long; branches 2.0-2.5 mm long. Achenes fusiform to cylindrical in outline, 3.0-4.0 mm long, 0.4 mm wide, minutely scabridulous, brown, with 4 ribs, scarcely attenuate or truncate. Pappus white, up to c. 8.0 mm long.

Based on: Meikle, R.D. 1985: Flora auf Cyprus 2. Kew (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa ); Sell, P. D. 1976: 165. Aetheorhiza Cass. – Pp. 326-327 in: Tutin, G. & al. (ed.), Flora Europaea 4 – Cambridge. (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa (L.) Cass.).

Distribution

Africa: Algeria (Algerianative); Azores (Açôresnative); Egypt (Egyptnative); Libya (Libyanative); Morocconative; Tunisia (Tunisianative) Asia-Temperate: Cyprus (Cyprusnative); East Aegean Is. (East Aegean Is.native); Lebanon-Syria (Lebanonnative, Syrianative); Palestine (IsraelnativeI,J,K, JordannativeL,M); Turkey (Turkeynative) Europe: Albania (Albanianative); Baleares (Balearesnative); Corse (Corsenative); Francenative; Greece (Greecenative); Ireland (IrelandintroducedN, Northern Irelandintroduced: presence questionableN); Italynative; Kriti (Kritinative); Portugal (Portugalnative); Sardegna (Sardegnanative); Sicilynative (Maltanative, Sicilynative); Spainnative (Gibraltarnative, Spainnative); Turkey-in-Europe (Turkey-in-Europenative); Yugoslavia (Bosnia-HerzegovinanativeO, Croatianative, MontenegronativeP,Q)

Credits

Willing E. 2017: Images (1 added)

Bibliography

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B. Nehmé, M., Dictionnaire Etymologique de la Flore du Liban. 2000 (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa (L.) Cass.)
C. Talavera S. & al. (ed.), Flora iberica 16(2). Compositae (partim). 2017
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E. Anonymous [Association Tela Botanica], Tela Botanica, le réseau de la botanique francophone. Flores en ligne, France métropolitaine (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa (L.) Cass.)
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H. Güner A. (ed.), Türkiye Bitkileri Listesi (Damarlı Bitkiler). 2012 (as Sonchus bulbosus subsp. microcephalus (Rech. f.) N. Kilian & Greuter)
I. Danin A. & al., Flora of Israel online (as Aethorrhiza bulbosa)
J. Post, G. E. , Flora of Syria, Palestine and Sinai 2. 1933 (as Crepis bulbosa)
K. Zohary, M. & Feinbrun-Dothan, N., Flora Palaestina 3. 1978 (as Aethorrhiza bulbosa)
L. Danin A. & al., Flora of Israel online
M. Taifour H., El-Oqlah A. & (ed.) Ghazanfar S. A., The plants of Jordan, an annotated checklist. 2017 (as Aetheorrhiza bulbosa)
N. Reynolds, S. C. P., A catalogue of alien plants in Ireland. 2002 (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa)
O. Beck von Mannagetta, G., Flora Bosnae et Hercegovinae [Flora Bosne, Hercegovine i novipazarskog sandžaka] 4(4) [Slišković, T.]. 1983 (as Aetheorhiza bulbosa)
P. Hayek, A. von, Prodromus florae peninsulae balcanicae, 2 in Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 30(2). 1928-1931 (as Crepis bulbosa)
Q. Rohlena, J., Conspectus florae montenegrinae in Preslia 20-21. 1942 (as Crepis bulbosa)