Definition of Cotula coronopifolia
1. Noun. South African herb with golden-yellow globose flower heads; naturalized in moist areas along coast of California; cultivated as an ornamental.
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Literary usage of Cotula coronopifolia
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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"Another weed, cotula coronopifolia, does the same work in moist ground that is begun by Silybum in the more arid tracts of soil. ..."
2. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1902)
"At the eastern end of the village there was a considerable colony of Cotula coronopifolia, L. This pretty plant is botanically a near relative of our common ..."
3. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Seedlings by John Lubbock (1892)
"cotula coronopifolia is somewhat similar in its early stages, but only the first pair of leaves are linear and entire, and the cotyledons are narrowly ..."
4. California Plants in Their Homes: A Botanical Reader for Children by Alice Merritt Davidson (1898)
"... Artemisia, the sage brush or wormwood, and cotula coronopifolia, Linn., the common weed of wet grounds, whose heads the children call brass buttons. ..."
5. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th Series by California academy of sciences (1890)
"cotula coronopifolia, L.—Socorro. ARTEMISIA CALIFORNICA, Less.—Las Hue vi tas. ARTEMISIA, sp. Neither flowers nor fruit could be found. ..."
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