Definition of Pluchea
: a genus of herbs or subshrubs (family Compositae) of warm regions comprising the marsh fleabanes and having small corymbose heads of tubular flowers and often aromatic or fetid foliage
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Origin and Etymology of pluchea
New Latin, from N. A. Pluche †1761 French naturalist
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