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Chamaesyce Originally, species in the genus "Chamaesyce" had varied strikingly from each other, differing in superficial appearance and ecology, but the genus had been established on the basis of morphological characteristics of the inflorescences and associated structures. Since then however, genetic analysis has indicated that species that had been assigned to "Chamaesyce" are less closely related to each other than to other species of "Euphorbia"; the morphological aspects that had suggested that they belonged together in their own genus were the consequences of convergent evolution of these superficially similar structures.
Chamaesyce The morphology that had turned out to be misleading was the structure of the reproductive organs. Plants in the group all bear tiny flowering structures that look like single true flowers, as if each one were a flower with many stamens surrounding a single ovary. In fact, the structure is a head (sometimes called a pseudanthium, meaning a "false flower"). It is made up of many small flowers (florets), but with each component floret reduced to only the functional organs of sexual reproduction. Under magnification it can be seen that what appear to be many stamens plus the gynoecium of a single flower, actually form an inflorescence, specifically a head. The individual male florets surround the gynoecium floret, each contributing only its own single stamen and retaining no other structure apart from a vestigial stalk below the base of the stamen's filament. That stalk joins the capitulum or base of the inflorescence — the flowering head. Similarly, what appears to be the flower's ovary is the gynoecium of a single female floret that has lost all the other associated organs of a flower. What appear to be the petals of an individual flower are in fact bracts, adapted leaves attached below the cyathium, the head of reduced flowers. In some species, such as "Chamaesyce albomarginata", the bracts are quite showy.
Chamaesyce Chamaesyce is a former genus of plants, all of which have now been reclassified as species of "Euphorbia". Taxonomically speaking therefore, "Chamaesyce" has only synonym status at present. It was a large genus, with more than 500 species.
Euphorbia chamaesyce Euphorbia chamaesyce called prostrate spurge(in Persian خاماسوقی، تین الارض، انجیر زمینی), is an annual plant in the family Euphorbiaceae. It is native to southern North America, and has been introduced and established in other areas of North America and other countries worldwide.
Euphorbia chamaesyce It is a prostrate plant, with stems growing along the ground up to 45 cm or longer. The leaves are oval in shape, up to one cm long, and arranged in opposite pairs. The flowers are very small, with four greenish white petals. It grows in sunny locations and a variety of soils, and is frequently found as a weed in gardens. The seeds are sharply quadrangular in shape, about 1mm long, and marked with 3 or 4 transverse ridges.
Kaena Point · Ka‘ena ‘akoko ("Chamaesyce celastroides" var. "kaenana")
Pygarctia roseicapitis The larvae feed on various Euphorbiaceae species, including "Chamaesyce hyssopifolia". Full-grown larvae reach a length of about 30 mm.
Booti Booti National Park Five species recognised as "threatened" by the New South Wales Government occur within the park – these are "Allocasuarina defungens", "A. simulans", "Chamaesyce psammogeton", "Cynanchum elegans" and "Senna acclinis".
List of Euphorbia species (A-F) The list includes the former (and never generally accepted) genus "Chamaesyce", as well as the related genera "Elaeophorbia", "Endadenium", "Monadenium", "Synadenium" and "Pedilanthus" which according to recent DNA sequence-based phylogenetic studies are all nested within "Euphorbia"
List of Euphorbia species (G-O) The list includes the former (and never generally accepted) genus "Chamaesyce", as well as the related genera "Elaeophorbia", "Endadenium", "Monadenium", "Synadenium" and "Pedilanthus" which according to recent DNA sequence-based phylogenetic studies are all nested within "Euphorbia"