Mutisia

noun
Mu·ti·sia | \myüˈtizh(ē)ə\

Definition of Mutisia 

: a large genus of South American often climbing shrubs (family Compositae) having large heads of pistillate flowers with plumose pappus

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History and Etymology for Mutisia

New Latin, from José C. Mutis †1808 Spanish naturalist + New Latin -ia

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