Dichrocephala integrifolia (L.f.) Kuntze
Kuntze, C.E.O. (1891) Rev. Gen. : 333.
Usually flowers and fruits as a herb but also flowers as a shrub 1 m tall.
Leaf blades about 8-9 x 3.5-4 cm, hairy on both the upper and lower surfaces. Lateral veins about 4-7, depressed on the upper surface. Leaves can also be deeply dissected and +/- compound.
Fruits produced in heads about 3-4 mm diam. Individual fruits about 1 x 0.5 mm, without any obvious pappus.
Cotyledons +/- orbicular, about 1-2 mm diam. First pair of leaves +/- orbicular, apex obtuse, base attenuate, margin usually toothed. Sparsely hairy. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves variable, sometimes simple and +/- cordate with coarsely toothed margins or somewhat dissected and irregularly compound with a large middle leaflet and a couple of much smaller sessile lateral leaflets. Both the upper and lower surfaces sparsely hairy. Stems marked with longitudinal lines and clothed in white or translucent septate hairs. Seed germination time 12 to 17 days.
This species has been used medicinally in Polynesia. This species has been used medicinally in Java. Cribb (1981).