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Inula hirta Flower of Inula hirta Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Asterids Order: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Genus: Inula Species: I. hirta Binomial name Inula hirta L. Synonyms Inula ensiformis Gandoger (1875) Inula hirsuta Gueldenstaedt (1791), non Vitman Inula involucrata Kaleniczenko (1837) Inula melanolepidea Kaleniczenko (1845) Jacobaea hirta (L.) Merino Inula hirta is a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the genus Inula of the Asteraceae family. The specific Latin name hirta refers to the type of hairiness (bristly and rough) of the plant. Contents 1 Description 2 Gallery 3 Distribution 4 Habitat 5 References 6 External links Description Inula hirta reaches an height of 20–40 centimetres (7.9–16 in). The stem is ascending, simple (unbranched) and cylindrical, the surface is striped and hairy. These plants are covered with stiff hairs, almost bristly and light in color. The underground portion consists of an oblique rhizome not too big of a light color. Average size of the rhizome: width 2 mm, length 25 mm. All the leaves along the stem (cauline) are alternately arranged, irregularly toothed, erect, tomentose on both sides and hairy on the edge. They are usually laminar, leathery and rough. The base is rounded and the apex is obtuse. The average size of the leaves varies from 15–20 millimetres (0.59–0.79 in) of width to a length of 40–50 millimetres (1.6–2.0 in). Lower leaves have an elliptical or elliptical-lanceolate shape and have a thin petiole. Their size is more or less similar to the cauline one. Upper leaves are sessile, amplexicaul (their base is embracing the stem) and more lanceolate. The flowers are hermaphrodite The outer flowers are ligulate, bright yellow and feminine, while the inner ones are tubular, dark yellow and bisexual. The diameter of the flower varies from 35–50 millimetres (1.4–2.0 in). The flowering period extends from May through late September. The fruits are glabrous achenes with hairy appendages (pappus). Gallery Flowers of Inula hirta Flowers of Inula hirta Flowers of Inula hirta Stem and upper leaves of Inula hirta Distribution This plant is distribuited on Alps, Vosges, Jura Mountains, Pyrenees, Carpathians Mountains, Dinaric Alps, and Balkan Mountains. In the European plains this plant is widespread in southern France and through the Balkan Peninsula to the Caucasus and southern Russia. Habitat This plant prefers dry meadows and pastures of hills and mountains. They can be found up to 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) above sea level. References Inula hirta Pignatti S. - Flora d'Italia (3 vol.) - Edagricole – 1982. vol. III, pag. 45 External links Biolib Inula hirta distribution Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Inula hirta