Pseudognaphalium saxicola (Fassett) H.E.Ballard & Feller (redirected from: Gnaphalium saxicola)
Family: Asteraceae
cliff cudweed, rabbit-tobacco
[Gnaphalium obtusifolium var. saxicola L.,  more...]
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D. Sky Feller  
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D. Sky Feller  
Etymology: Gnaphalium: derived from Greek gnaphalon, "a lock of wool," describing these plants as floccose-wooly
Plants: erect to drooping, annual, 10" tall, fragrant forb; stems with white, woolly hairs
Leaves: alternate, toothless, mostly stalkless, linear, bases not extending down the stem, whitish below and greenish above
Flowers: head white, 1/4" wide, no rays, disks with 75-125 flowers; inflorescence with many heads in branched, often flattish clusters; blooms July-Oct.
Fruits: smooth, dry seed on fluffy pappus
Habitat: moist to dry; sandstone cliffs, ravines
Conservation Status: Threatened
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
D. Sky Feller  
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
D. Sky Feller  
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
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Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
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Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
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Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
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Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image
Pseudognaphalium saxicola image