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Family = Asteraceae, Genus = Antennaria, Species = dimorpha, including synonyms,

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Antennaria dimorpha   (low pussytoes, cushion pussytoes)  
(= Antennaria dimorpha in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Plants form small, compact mats from a multi-branched woody base (caudex). Plants are not stoloniferous (horizontal stems along ground surface).
Distribution: British Columbia to southern California, east to Montana, Nebraska and Colorado; east of the Cascades in central and eastern Washington.
Habitat: Dry, open places in lowlands to foothills.
Origin: Native

Antennaria flagellaris   (whip pussytoes, stoloniferous everlasting, flagellate pussytoes)  
(= Antennaria flagellaris in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Dwarf, short-lived perennial with numerous naked stolons about 1.5 dm. long tipped with a tuft of tiny leaf buds, nearly prostrate. No other Antennaria in our area has the long, hair-like, naked stolons.
Distribution: East of the Cascades in Washington and Oregon, east to Wyoming
Habitat: Shrub-steppe to dry, open areas at mid-elevations, often in lithosol
Origin: Native



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