Roldana

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Roldana
Senecio petasitis Blüte.jpg
Roldana petasitis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Asterids
Order: Asterales
Family: Asteraceae
Subfamily: Asteroideae
Tribe: Senecioneae[1]
Genus: Roldana
La Llave ex Lex.
Type species
Roldana lobata
La Llave
Synonyms[1]
  • Pericalia Cass.
  • Senecio sect. Palmatinervii Greenm.

Roldana also known as groundsel is a genus of large herbs or subshrubs from the tribe groundsel tribe within the sunflower family.[2][3][4]

Most if not all of its members used to be members of a related genus,Senecio. The species which are native to Southwest United States, Mexico and Central America and naturalized elsewhere.[5][6]

Species[1]
  1. Roldana albonervia - from Jalisco to Guatemala
  2. Roldana angulifolia - central Mexico
  3. Roldana anisophylla - Oaxaca
  4. Roldana barba-johannis - from Hidalgo to Honduras
  5. Roldana calzadana - Oaxaca
  6. Roldana chapalensis - central Mexico
  7. Roldana chiapensis - Chiapas
  8. Roldana cordovensis - central Mexico
  9. Roldana cristobalensis - Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guatemala
  10. Roldana ehrenbergiana - central Mexico
  11. Roldana eriophylla - Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guatemala
  12. Roldana floresiorum - Jalisco
  13. Roldana galiciana - Jalisco
  14. Roldana gesneriifolia - Durango
  15. Roldana gilgii - Chiapas, Guatemala
  16. Roldana gonzaleziae - Jalisco, Durango
  17. Roldana grimesii - northeastern Mexico
  18. Roldana guadalajarensis - west-central Mexico
  19. Roldana hartwegii - AZ NM TX, northwestern Mexico
  20. Roldana hederifolia - Michoacán, Oaxaca
  21. Roldana heracleifolia - central Mexico
  22. Roldana heterogama - Chiapas, Central America
  23. Roldana heteroidea - Oaxaca
  24. Roldana hirsuticaulis - northeastern Mexico
  25. Roldana jurgensenii - from Oaxacato Honduras
  26. Roldana kerberi - Colima, Jalisco, Oaxaca
  27. Roldana langlassei - Guerrero
  28. Roldana lanicaulis - from Tamaulipas to Guatemala
  29. Roldana lobata - from Jalisco to Guatemala
  30. Roldana manantlanensis - Jalisco
  31. Roldana marquesii - Veracruz, Hidalgo
  32. Roldana metepeca - central Mexico
  33. Roldana mexicana - central Mexico
  34. Roldana mezquitalana - Jalisco, Durango
  35. Roldana mixtecana - Oaxaca
  36. Roldana neogibsonii - central Mexico
  37. Roldana nesomiorum - Nuevo León, Tamaulipas
  38. Roldana oaxacana - Oaxaca
  39. Roldana pennellii - Durango
  40. Roldana petasitis - from Nicaragua to Hidalgo
  41. Roldana pinetorum - Guerrero, Oaxaca
  42. Roldana platanifolia - from Tamaulipas to Oaxaca
  43. Roldana reglensis - Veracruz
  44. Roldana reticulata - central Mexico
  45. Roldana robinsoniana - western Mexico
  46. Roldana sartorii - Oaxaca
  47. Roldana scandens - Costa Rica
  48. Roldana schaffneri - from Nicaragua to Veracruz
  49. Roldana sinuata - from Jaliscoto Oaxaca
  50. Roldana subpeltata - Durango, Sinaloa
  51. Roldana sundbergii - Nuevo León, Tamaulipas
  52. Roldana tepopana - Sonora
  53. Roldana tlacotepecana - Guerrero
  54. Roldana tonii - Chiapas
formerly included[1]

several species now regarded as better suited to other genera: Senecio Trixis

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Flann, C (ed) 2009+ Global Compositae Checklist
  2. ^ La Llave, Pablo de & Lexarza, Juan José Martinez de. 1825. Novorum Vegetabilium Descriptiones 2: 10
  3. ^ Turner, B. L. 2006. A recension of the Mexican species of Roldana (Asteraceae: Senecioneae). Phytologia 87(3): 204–249.
  4. ^ Tropicos, Roldana La Llave
  5. ^ Funston, A. Michele. "230. Roldana La Llave". Flora of North America. 20: Page 542,620. 
  6. ^ "ROLDANA" (HTML). Flora of Australia Online. Retrieved 2008-05-23. 

External links[edit]

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