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Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: Core eudicots
Cladus: Asterids
Cladus: Campanulids
Ordo: Asterales

Familia: Asteraceae
Subfamilia: Asteroideae
Tribus: Heliantheae
Subtribus: Verbesininae
Genus: Verbesina
Species:
A

V. abietifolia – V. abscondita – V. acapulcensis – V. acuminata – V. agricolarum – V. alata – V. albissima – V. alcabrerae – V. aligera – V. allophylla – V. alternifolia – V. altipetens – V. ampliatifolia – V. ancashensis – V. andina – V. angulata – V. angusta – V. angustifolia – V. angustissima – V. apiculata – V. apleura – V. aramberrana – V. arborea – V. aristata – V. aspera – V. auriculata – V. auriculigera – V. aurita – V. ayabacencis – V. aypatensis
B

V. baccharidea – V. baccharifolia – V. badilloi – V. barclayea – V. barragana – V. barrancae – V. baruensis – V. benderi – V. bipinnatifida – V. biserrata – V. blakeana – V. bolanosana – V. boliviana – V. brachypoda – V. breedlovei – V. brevilingua – V. brunnea
C

V. cabrerae – V. cjamarcensis – V. calciphila – V. caleaefolia – V. callacatensis – V. callilepis – V. calzadae – V. capituliparva – V. caracasana – V. carangolensis – V. carranzae – V. caymanensis – V. centroboyacana – V. chachapoyensis – V. chapmanii – V. chiapensis – V. chihuahuensis – V. chilapana – V. cinerea – V. citrina – V. clarkiae – V. clausseni – V. coahuilensis – V. columbiana – V. contumacensis – V. corral-diazii – V. costaricensis – V. coulteri – V. crassicaulis – V. crassicephala – V. crassipes – V. crassiramea – V. crocata – V. cronquistii – V. cuautlensis – V. culminicola – V. cumingii – V. curatella – V. cymbipalea
D

V. daviesiae – V. densifolia – V. dentata – V. dilloniana – V. diluta – V. discoidea – V. dissita – V. diversifolia – V. domingensis – V. durangensis
E

V. ecuatoriana – V. eggersii – V. ekmanii – V. elegans – V. elgalloana – V. encelioides – V. eperetma – V. erosa – V. etlana
F

V. fastigiata – V. fayi – V. felgeri – V. flavovirens – V. floribunda – V. fraseri – V. furfuracea – V. fuscicaulis – V. fusiformis
G

V. gentryi – V. gigantea – V. glabrata – V. glaucophylla – V. gracilipes – V. grandifolia – V. grandis – V. grayii – V. guadeloupensis – V. guaranitica – V. guatemalensis – V. guerreroana – V. guianensis
H

V. harlingii – V. hastata – V. hastifolia – V. helianthoides – V. heterophylla – V. hexantha – V. hidalgoana – V. hintoniorum – V. hispida – V. holwayi – V. howardiana – V. huancabambae – V. huaranchaliana – V. humboldtii – V. hygrophila – V. hypargyrea – V. hypoglauca – V. hypomalaca – V. hypsela
I

V. intermissa
J

V. jacksonii – V. jelskii – V. jimrobbinsii – V. juxtlahuacensis
K

V. karsticola – V. killipii – V. kimii – V. kingii – V. klattii
L

V. laevifolia – V. laevis – V. langfordiae – V. langlassei – V. lanulosa – V. lapazii – V. latisquama – V. lehmannii – V. leivae – V. leprosa – V. leptochaeta – V. leucactinota – V. liebmannii – V. ligulata – V. lilloi – V. lindheimeri – V. linearis – V. lloensis – V. longifolia – V. longipes – V. lopez-mirandae – V. lottiana – V. luetzelburgii – V. luisana – V. lundellii
M

V. macbridei – V. macdonaldii – V. machucana – V. macrophylla – V. macvaughii – V. madrensis – V. malacophylla – V. maldonadoensis – V. mameana – V. medullosa – V. mexiae – V. miahuatlana – V. mickelii – V. microcarpa – V. microptera – V. minarum – V. minuticeps – V. mixtecana – V. mollis – V. monactioides – V. montanoifolia – V. myriocephala
N

V. nana – V. nayaritensis – V. negrensis – V. nelsonii – V. neotenoriensis – V. neriifolia – V. nervosa – V. nicotinaefolia – V. nudipes
O

V. oaxacana – V. occidentalis – V. ochroleucotricha – V. oerstediana – V. oligactis – V. oligantha – V. oligocephala – V. olsenii – V. oncophora – V. oreophila – V. ortegae – V. otophylla – V. otuzcensis – V. ovata – V. oxylepis
P

V. pallens – V. palmeri – V. paneroi – V. pantoptera – V. papasquiara – V. parviflora – V. paucicephala – V. pauciflora – V. pauciramea – V. pedunculosa – V. pellucida – V. peninsularis – V. pennellii – V. peentalobifolia – V. pentantha – V. peraffinis – V. perijaensis – V. perlanata – V. persicifolia – V. peruviana – V. perymenioides – V. petrobioides – V. petrophila – V. petzalensis – V. pflanzii – V. phlebodes – V. pichinchensis – V. pietatis – V. pilosa – V. pinnatifida – V. piurana – V. planitiei – V. platanarana – V. platyptera – V. pleistocephala – V. plowmanii – V. polyanthes – V. portlandiana – V. potosina – V. propinqua – V. pseudoclaussenii – V. pseudovirgata – V. pterocarpha – V. pterocaula – V. pterophora – V. purpusii – V. pustulata
Q

V. quetamensis – V. resinosa – V. retifera – V. reyesii – V. rhomboidea – V. richardsonii – V. rivetii – V. robinsonii – V. rosei – V. rothrockii – V. rugosa – V. rupestris
S

V. saltensis – V. salvadorensis – V. sanchezii – V. santanderensis – V. sararensis – V. saubinetia – V. saubinetioides – V. scabrida – V. scabriuscula – V. scotiodonta – V. seatonii – V. semidecurrens – V. sericea – V. serrata – V. simplicicaulis – V. simulans – V. sinaloensis – V. sodiroi – V. sordescens – V. sororia – V. sousae – V. sphaerocephala – V. spooneri – V. steinmannii – V. stenophylla – V. strotheri – V. subcordata – V. subdiscoidea – V. suberosa – V. subrotundifolia – V. suncho – V. synethes – V. synotis
T

V. tachirensis – V. tamaulipana – V. tamaunuevana – V. tapantiana – V. tatei – V. tecolotlana – V. tenoriensis – V. teotepecana – V. tequendamensis – V. tequilana – V. tetraptera – V. textitlana – V. tiburonensis – V. torresii – V. tostimontis – V. tovarii – V. trilobata – V. trujillensis – V. turbacensis
V

V. vallartana – V. venosa – V. vicina – V. villaregalis – V. villasenorii – V. villonacoensis – V. virgata – V. virginica
W

V. walteri
X

V. xanthochlora – V. xicoana
Z

V. zaragosana
Source(s) of checklist:

Hassler, M. 2018. Verbesina. World Plants: Synonymic Checklists of the Vascular Plants of the World In: Roskovh, Y., Abucay, L., Orrell, T., Nicolson, D., Bailly, N., Kirk, P., Bourgoin, T., DeWalt, R.E., Decock, W., De Wever, A., Nieukerken, E. van, Zarucchi, J. & Penev, L., eds. 2018. Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2018 Feb. 12. Reference page.

Name

Verbesina L., 1753

Type species: Verbesina alata L. LT designated by M.L. Green, Prop. Brit. Bot. 183 (1929)

Synonyms

Saubinetia Remy
Anomantia Raf. ex DC.
Actimeris Raf.
Hingstonia Raf.
Achaenopodium Brand.
Platypteris Kunth
Ximenesia Cav.
Tepion Adans.
Ridan Adans.
Wootonella Standl.
Eupatoriophalacron Mill.
Ochronelis Raf.
Chaenocephalus Griseb.
Saubinetia J.Rémy
Abesina Neck.
Ditrichum Cass.
Ancistrophora A.Gray
Actinomeris Nutt.
Pterophyton Cass.
Achaenipodium Brandegee
Hamulium Cass.
Phaethusa Gaertn.

References

Linnaeus, C. 1753. Species Plantarum. Tomus II: 901. Reference page.

Links

International Plant Names Index. 2018. Verbesina. Published online. Accessed: Feb. 12 2018.
The Plant List 2013. Verbesina in The Plant List Version 1.1. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2018 Feb. 12.
Tropicos.org 2018. Verbesina. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2018 Feb. 12.
Hassler, M. 2018. Verbesina. World Plants: Synonymic Checklists of the Vascular Plants of the World In: Roskovh, Y., Abucay, L., Orrell, T., Nicolson, D., Bailly, N., Kirk, P., Bourgoin, T., DeWalt, R.E., Decock, W., De Wever, A., Nieukerken, E. van, Zarucchi, J. & Penev, L., eds. 2018. Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2018 Feb. 12. Reference page.

Vernacular names
English: Crownbeard

Verbesina, or crownbeard, is a genus of flowering plants, in the daisy family (Asteraceae).[4][2] It is a large genus of over 300 species.[3]

All the species bear white or yellow flowers similar to small sunflowers. The name Verbesina very likely refers to the similarity of the foliage to that of the (unrelated) Verbena.[5]

Verbesina species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species. These include Schinia bina, which has been recorded from V. encelioides, and Schinia siren which feeds exclusively on that species.

Pollen grains from eight of the nine species of Verbesina found in Brazil have been characterized as oblate-speroidal, medium-sized, isopolar monads. They are 3-colplorate with a subtriangular amb, a small polar area, a long colpus, a lalongate endoaperture, a caveate exine and an echinate sexine.[6]
Selected species

Verbesina alternifolia
Verbesina auriculigera
Verbesina barclayae
Verbesina brachypoda
Verbesina chapmanii
Verbesina dissita
Verbesina ecuatoriana
Verbesina encelioides
Verbesina gigantea
Verbesina glabrata
Verbesina grisebachii
Verbesina guatemalensis
Verbesina harlingii
Verbesina hastata
Verbesina helianthoides
Verbesina howardiana
Verbesina kingii
Verbesina latisquama
Verbesina mameana
Verbesina minuticeps
Verbesina occidentalis
Verbesina pentantha
Verbesina persicifolia
Verbesina petrobioides
Verbesina pseudoclausseni
Verbesina pustulata
Verbesina rivetii
Verbesina rupestris
Verbesina saloyensis
Verbesina squarrosa
Verbesina subcordata
Verbesina villonacoensis
Verbesina virginica

References

lectotype designated by M.L. Green, Prop. Brit. Bot. 183 (1929)
Tropicos, Verbesina L.
Flann, C (ed) 2009+ Global Compositae Checklist
Linnaeus, Carl von. 1753. Species Plantarum 2: 901-903
Flora of North America Verbesina Linnaeus
Lopes Moreira, Giselle; et al. (January–March 2019). "Pollen morphology of Brazilian species of Verbesina L. (Heliantheae - Asteraceae)". Acta Botanica Brasilica. 33: 128–134. doi:10.1590/0102-33062018abb0395.

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