ARGEMONE SUBFUSIFORMIS SEEDS – Plant World Seeds. This Chilean plant is quite new to cultivation and is a most imposing annual plant. It very easy to. Note that the leaves and fruit of Argemone ochroleuca subsp. ochroleuca are Argemone subfusiformis Ownbey subsp. subfusiformis Ownbey (misapplied). Argemone subfusiformis Ownbey is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Argemone (family Papaveraceae). The record.
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Click on images to enlarge. Also note that Argemone ochroleuca subsp. Argemone ochroleuca Sweet Argemone subfusiformis Ownbey subsp.
Argemone subfusiformis – Wikispecies
Mexican poppy Argemone ochroleuca subsp. Also naturalised subfuxiformis many other parts of the world e. This species is very similar to Argemone mexicanawhich is also known as Mexican poppy, and hence distribution information for these species has often been in error or combined. However, the distribution of Argemone ochroleuca subsp.
This sepcies is found in a wide range of environments i. It is a weed of roadsides, railway lines, sandy stream beds, river flats, waste areas, disturbed sites, argemne, pastures, crops and fallows. The prickly stems are conspicuously bluish-green or greyish-green in colour i.
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As the plant ages the leaves of the basal rosette die off. When the flowers open they are quite showy cm across with six pale yellow, lemon or cream-coloured petals about 25 mm long. Flowering occurs mostly during spring and summer, but may also occur throughout the rest of the year. The spiny capsules and are generally oval i.
This species reproduces via large numbers of seed.
ARGEMONE SUBFUSIFORMIS SEEDS – Plant World Seeds
These seeds may be spread by water, in mud or in contaminated agricultural produce e. The entire plant is also known to break off at subfusiformiw base when it dies off and can be blown long distances, thereby helping to spread any seed still present in the old capsules.
In a recent survey of the riparian vegetation in the gulf region in north-western Queensland, Mexican poppy Argemone ochroleuca subsp. It is also one of the most common weeds present in Currawinya National Park, in the south-west of Queensland.
Its very prickly nature also means it can cause injury to humans and livestock. These species can be distinguished by the following differences:. Check our website at www. The control methods referred to in this fact sheet should be used in accordance with the restrictions federal and state legislation, and local government laws directly or indirectly related to each control method.
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These restrictions may prevent the use of one or more of the methods referred to, depending on individual circumstances. While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, DEEDI does not invite reliance upon it, nor accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by actions based on it.
Click on images to enlarge infestation in a dry creek-bed Photo: Sheldon Navie infestation of young plants on a washed-out creekbank Photo: Sheldon Navie atgemone prior to flowering Photo: Sheldon Navie habit of mature plant Photo: Sheldon Navie close-up of pale yellow flower with deeply-lobed stigma Photo: Argemonf Navie immature fruit Photo: Sheldon Navie mature fruit releasing wrgemone numerous seeds Photo: Sheldon Navie seedling Photo: Sheldon Navie young plant forming a rosette Photo: Sheldon Navie comparison of the leaves and immature fruit of Argemone mexicana, left, and Argemone ochroleuca subsp.
Sheldon Navie close-up of leaf underside Photo: Sheldon Navie close-up of flower showing deeply-lobed stigma Photo: