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Common Name: Bristly Starbur. Acanthospermum hispidum. Leaves and developing fruits. Photograph by: Wallace, R.D.. Image credit to Australian National. Kingdom: Plantae. Taxonomic Rank: Species. Synonym(s). Common Name(s): hispid starbur [English]. hispid starburr [English]. bristly starbur [English]. Acanthospermum hispidum is an annual plant in the family Asteraceae, which is native to Central and South America. This plant is cited as a weed in cotton.
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S5 - Demonstrably secure in the state. SE - State exotic or non-native. SH - Historically known from the acanthospermum hispidum, but not seen in the past 15 years. SNA - Species for which a rank is not applicable. This is mainly those species which are now excluded from flora for various reasons.
SNR - Not yet ranked. SX - Apparently extirpated from the state. Global Rank Each species' global rank is determined by NatureServe. Acanthospermum hispidum ranks carry no acanthospermum hispidum weight. The global rank reflects the species worldwide rarity.
G1 - Critically imperiled globally because of extreme rarity 5 or fewer occurrences acanthospermum hispidum, or very few remaining acres, or miles of stream or especially vulnerable to extinction because of some factor of its biology.
G2 - Imperiled globally because of rarity 6 - 20 occurrences, or few remaining acres, or miles of stream or very vulnerable to extinction throughout its range because of other factors. G3 - Imperiled globally because of rarity 6 - 20 occurrences, or few remaining acres, or miles of stream or very vulnerable to extinction throughout its range because of other factors.
The first true leaves are egg-shaped in outline i.
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They are egg-shaped in outline i. These flower-heads mm across acanthospermum hispidum found in the forks i.
Flowering occurs mostly during summer and autumn i. The flower-heads quickly develop acanthospermum hispidum five to ten spiny wedge-shaped 'seeds' i.
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Reproduction and Dispersal This plant reproduces only by seed. Scutelleridaea cotton pest in Tanzania Reed and Kayumbo, ; the soyabean acanthospermum hispidum Euschistus heros and Nezara viridula Hemiptera: Pentatomidae Panizzi and Rossi, ; Mourao and Panizzi, ; Tomato leaf curl virus [Tomato yellow leaf curl virus] Mariappan and Narayanasamy, ; Sastry, ; Tobacco leaf curl virus Mariappan and Narayanasamy, ; Swanson et al.
Environmental Impact Top of page A. Phytopharmacological review on Acanthospermum Hispidum.
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 2 1— These achenes are arranged in a star formation. Achenes are triangular or wedged and are 6 to 8 mm long and 3 to 4 mm wide. They are covered with recurved spines. Of the two dominant outer acanthospermum hispidum, the one is straight and the other is recurved.
Seeds Acanthospermum hispidum This annual plant multiplies only by seed.