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Wedelia Trilobata

Sphagneticola trilobata, usually known as the Bay Biscayne crawling oxeye, Singapore daisy, crawling oxeye, trailing daisy, and wedelia, is a plant in the Heliantheae clan of the Asteraceae (sunflower) family. It is local to Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, yet now develops all through the Neotropics. Spreading, tangle framing enduring herb up to 30 cm in stature. Has gathered stems together to 40 cm long, establishing at hubs and with the blooming stems climbing. Leaves are meaty, bristly, 4–9 cm long and 2–5 cm wide, serrate or sporadically toothed, regularly with sets of horizontal projections, and dull green above and lighter green underneath. Peduncles are 3–10 cm long; involucres are campanulate to hemispherical, around 1 cm high; chaffy bracts are lanceolate, inflexible. The blossoms are splendid yellow beam florets of around 8-13 for each head, beams are 6–15 mm long; plate corollas 4–5 mm long. The pappus is a crown of short fimbriate scales. The seeds are tuberculate achenes, 4–5 mm long. Spread is generally vegetatively as seeds are typically not fruitful.

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