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lacking hair or a similar growth or tending to become hairless

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Adaxial surface glabrous and abaxial surface glabrous to glabrescent, sometimes with stellate trichomes, or simple, dispersed mainly in the primary vein (midrib) and less times in secondary veins.
Leaves alternate, often clustered near the base; sessile to long-petiolate; blades ovate to elliptic, linear, hastate to rarely orbicular, pinnately to palmately veined, margin entire to dentate, glabrescent above, densely pubescent beneath.
The new taxa is native to the east flank of the eastern range of the Colombian Andes and is characterized by: oblanceolate, glabrescent and attenuate leaves; calyculus with double number of bracts; and ligulate flowers with staminodia and without papillae.
2 mm in diameter, partially glabrescent but with some hairs persistent.
20 in number, subcoriacous, suberect-arcuate, forming a broad funnilform rosette; sheaths broadly elliptic, 13-14 x 10-11 cm, greenish toward the apex, subdensely brown lepidote on both sides, strongly nerved with conspicuously castaneous nerves, coarsely spinose at extreme apex; blades sublinear-lanceolate, narrowed toward the base, 25-60 x 5-6 cm, sparsely and inconspicuously white-lepidote to glabrescent, green to reddish at apex and along the apical margins, with sparse and irregular darker green spots, apex acute and distinctly apiculate, apiculus 3-4 mm long, rigid, margins densely to subdensely spinose, spines subspreading, triangular, castaneous toward the apex, the basal ones ca.
Leaves alternate; sessile; blades linear to linear-lanceolate, pinnately veined, margin sinuate to dentate, revolute, glabrescent.
due to the dimorphic achenes where at least one type has corky wings, although the semi-succulent roots, growth habit, glabrescent character, and fine characters of the fruiting head are some particularities of B.
glabrous or glabrescent adaxially), trichomes with suberect blades (vs.
Leaves alternate; petiolate; blades obovate, cuneate, entire, glabrescent to tomentose beneath.
5 cm wide, apex rounded to shortly acute, base cordate, truncate or rounded, often slightly asymmetrical, margin entire or irregularly serrate particularly on sprout leaves, blades bicolored, above dark green (turning red at senescence), opaque or slightly glossy, sparsely short glandular pubescent with or without additional eglandular whitish hairs, rarely glabrescent, the veinlets raised forming small areoles that give an irregular aspect to the minutely papillous surface, lower surface of blade creamy to ochroleucous because a dense and uniform indument of short, tightly and irregularly curled hairs hides the surface, often also with glandular hairs 0.
5-3 cm, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote on both sides to glabrescent, green, bearing inconspicuous, darker green, irregular transverse lines visible by transmitted light, sometimes ornamented by slightly darker green, irregular apex acuminate and finely apiculate, slightly recurved, margins laxly to subdensely spinose toward the base, spines less than 0.
later glabrescent except at the base, spiny except at the base, spines
7-4 mm wide, linear, 10-17-nerved including first to third order nerves, midnerve projected abaxially, pilose, 2-4 lateral nerves projected abaxially, both surfaces sparsely pilose mostly towards the margins, density of hairs decreasing toward the apex, the hairs 2-branched; inflorescence a cyme; scapes 1-3, 4-18 cm long, flattened and glabrescent below, more densely pilose above, the hairs 2-branched, 1-2 flowers per scape; pedicels 1-9 mm long, densely pilose, the hairs 2-branched; floral bracts 0.
Teucrium antiatlanticum, on the northern slopes of the central Anti-Atlas, adapts to winter temperatures lower than 0[degrees] It is a glabrescent plant with the least-dense indumentum of the T.