A rare taxonomic grouping of flowering plants that bear a superficial resemblance to pansies (Viola spp.), but are distinguished from them by possessing an overly hairy pappus. This group is quite queer as the flowers are all male and lack both a stigma and a nice pair of carples. Autogaymous reproduction occurs via the swapping of vast amounts of pollen, when the anther (male) enters the floral structure known as the "mouth". Often seen adorning the walls of gay bars and bathhouses.
Check out that Garygayceae specimen, it sure does glitter a lot like a pansy.
by Awesome Truth Teller November 14, 2011