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Hemizonella is a monotypic genus of diminutive, slender plants found from British Columbia and N Idaho S to San Diego County, California. Plants 2-15 cm high. Heads radiate; phyllaries 3-5, each loosely enfolding a ray ovary; receptacular chaff in one strongly fused peripheral series; ray flowers inconspicuous, pistillate, the corolla yellow; disk flowers1-2, perfect, the corollas yellow; anthers yellow; ray cypselae obcompressed, more or less arcuate, beaked, epappose; disk cypselae club-shaped, epappose. The chromosome number is n = c.21-22.
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