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Much-branched erect or procumbent annual herb, usually up to 75 cm tall, rarely taller. Branches opposite, often pinkish-red, mostly hairless. Leaves opposite, yellowish-green, narrowly elliptic to oblanceolate, 1-7.5 cm long, 3-veined from the base, narrowing at the base into a pseudo-petiole; margin more or less finely toothed. Capitula numerous in congested axillary and terminal heads, yellow with very short ray-florets, 0.5-1 mm long.


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Source: Flora of Zimbabwe

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