Bidens pilosa is a species of flowering plant in the aster family. It is native to the Americas but it is known widely as an introduced species of other regions, including Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. It is a tall branched weed with thin yellow flowers that develop into a cluster of barbed seeds. Its many common names include black-jack, beggar-ticks, cobbler's pegs, and Spanish needle. The seeds are like short, stiff hairs. They get stuck in feathers, fur, or socks, etc. This bur is widespread throughout the warmer regions of the world. Its little black seeds hook onto clothes or horses and thereby the bur spreads itself around. It is susceptible to hand weeding if small enough, even then must be bagged, and thick mulches may prevent it from growing. Each seed has

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  • Bidens pilosaFichier:Bidens pilosa.jpg Nom binominal Bidens pilosaL., 1753 Classification phylogénétique Fichier:Angiospermes arbre9.png Bidens pilosa appelé aussi sornet ou herbe à aiguilles est une espèce de plante de la famille des Asteraceae. Bidens pilosa est une adventice cosmopolite, originaire d’Amérique du Sud. C'est une plante annuelle érigée atteignant 1 m de haut. En Afrique subsaharienne, les pousses tendres et les jeunes feuilles fraîches ou séchées sont utilisées comme légume-feuilles, en particulier en période de disette. (fr)
  • La chipaca, masiquía o cadillo,Bidens pilosa, es una especie de planta perteneciente a la familia Asteraceae. Es considerada una mala hierba en algunos hábitats tropicales. Sin embargo, en algunas partes del mundo es una fuente de alimento. Es originaria de Sudamérica y tiene una distribución cosmopolita. (es)
  • Der Behaarter Zweizahn (Bidens pilosa) ist eine Pflanzenart in der Familie der Korbblütler (Asteraceae). (de)
  • コセンダングサ(小栴檀草、学名: Bidens pilosa var. pilosa)は、キク科センダングサ属の1年草。道端や空き地などに生える雑草。 和名は、センダングサより小さいという意味だが、実際はセンダングサより小型ではない。 (ja)
  • Bidens pilosa ou picão preto é uma espécie vegetal da família Asteraceae. É considerada uma erva daninha em alguns habitats tropicais. No entanto, algumas partes do mundo é usada como comida.. O Ministério da Saúde do Brasil anunciou que poderá ser homologada como possuidora de propriedades fitoterápicas. (pt)
  • Bidens pilosa is a species of flowering plant in the aster family. It is native to the Americas but it is known widely as an introduced species of other regions, including Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. It is a tall branched weed with thin yellow flowers that develop into a cluster of barbed seeds. Its many common names include black-jack, beggar-ticks, cobbler's pegs, and Spanish needle. The seeds are like short, stiff hairs. They get stuck in feathers, fur, or socks, etc. This bur is widespread throughout the warmer regions of the world. Its little black seeds hook onto clothes or horses and thereby the bur spreads itself around. It is susceptible to hand weeding if small enough, even then must be bagged, and thick mulches may prevent it from growing. Each seed has two to four barbed spines. A weed of gardens, woodlands, and waste areas, a person who brushes against it will end up covered in the burs and need to pick them off one by one. Although this plant is considered a weed in some parts of the world, in other parts it is a source of food or medicine. For example, it is reportedly widely eaten in Africa, and in Vietnam, during the Vietnam War soldiers adopted the herb as a vegetable, which lead to it being known as the "soldier vegetable". (en)
  • 鬼针草(学名:Bidens pilosa),一年生草本植物。分布非常广泛,中国大部分地区有分布。全草可作为中药使用。 (zh)
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  • Bidens pilosaFichier:Bidens pilosa.jpg Nom binominal Bidens pilosaL., 1753 Classification phylogénétique Fichier:Angiospermes arbre9.png Bidens pilosa appelé aussi sornet ou herbe à aiguilles est une espèce de plante de la famille des Asteraceae. Bidens pilosa est une adventice cosmopolite, originaire d’Amérique du Sud. C'est une plante annuelle érigée atteignant 1 m de haut. En Afrique subsaharienne, les pousses tendres et les jeunes feuilles fraîches ou séchées sont utilisées comme légume-feuilles, en particulier en période de disette. (fr)
  • La chipaca, masiquía o cadillo,Bidens pilosa, es una especie de planta perteneciente a la familia Asteraceae. Es considerada una mala hierba en algunos hábitats tropicales. Sin embargo, en algunas partes del mundo es una fuente de alimento. Es originaria de Sudamérica y tiene una distribución cosmopolita. (es)
  • Der Behaarter Zweizahn (Bidens pilosa) ist eine Pflanzenart in der Familie der Korbblütler (Asteraceae). (de)
  • コセンダングサ(小栴檀草、学名: Bidens pilosa var. pilosa)は、キク科センダングサ属の1年草。道端や空き地などに生える雑草。 和名は、センダングサより小さいという意味だが、実際はセンダングサより小型ではない。 (ja)
  • Bidens pilosa ou picão preto é uma espécie vegetal da família Asteraceae. É considerada uma erva daninha em alguns habitats tropicais. No entanto, algumas partes do mundo é usada como comida.. O Ministério da Saúde do Brasil anunciou que poderá ser homologada como possuidora de propriedades fitoterápicas. (pt)
  • 鬼针草(学名:Bidens pilosa),一年生草本植物。分布非常广泛,中国大部分地区有分布。全草可作为中药使用。 (zh)
  • Bidens pilosa is a species of flowering plant in the aster family. It is native to the Americas but it is known widely as an introduced species of other regions, including Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. It is a tall branched weed with thin yellow flowers that develop into a cluster of barbed seeds. Its many common names include black-jack, beggar-ticks, cobbler's pegs, and Spanish needle. The seeds are like short, stiff hairs. They get stuck in feathers, fur, or socks, etc. This bur is widespread throughout the warmer regions of the world. Its little black seeds hook onto clothes or horses and thereby the bur spreads itself around. It is susceptible to hand weeding if small enough, even then must be bagged, and thick mulches may prevent it from growing. Each seed has (en)
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  • Bidens pilosa (pt)
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