|COMMON NAME:||Spurred anoda|
|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Anoda cristata|
|FEATURES:||Solitary palmately veined leaves, similar to cotton. Fruiting structure similar to velvetleaf, but
enclosed in five sepals or bracts which are covered in hairs. Flowers are five petal and white to
purple in color.
|DESCRIPTION:||Often referred to as wild cotton due to similarity to cotton. Common weed of cotton.|