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|A genus of composite plants of warm regions. The plants known as fleabane, which were formerly referred to it, are now placed in the genus Inula.|
|common American weed or wildflower|
|Originally: any of several herbaceous plants now usually placed in the genus Inula or Dittrichia (family Asteraceae (Compositae)), especially ploughman's spikenard, Inula conyzae, formerly used, mainly in dried form, to repel insects. In later use: any plant of or formerly included in the genus Conyza (family Asteraceae (Compositae)), comprising strong-smelling herbaceous or shrubby plants native to warm and temperate habitats worldwide, some of which are considered noxious weeds of cultivated land (also, in form Conyza) the genus itself.|
|Conyza (horseweed, butterweed or fleabane) is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family.They are native to tropical and warm temperate regions throughout the world, and also north into cool temperate regions in North America and eastern Asia. The New World species of the genus are closely related to Erigeron (also known as fleabanes).The species are annual or perennial herbaceous plants, rarely shrubs, growing to 12 m tall. The stems are erect, branched, with alternate leaves. The flowers are produced in inflorescences, with several inflorescences loosely clustered on each stem.Many species of the genus Conyza are ruderal species and some have been found to be resistant to the herbicide glyphosate.* Species|