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

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Antennaria microphylla   (little-leaf pussytoes, small-leaf pussytoes)  
(= Antennaria microphylla in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Dioecious, mat-forming, stoloniferous perennial 5-40 cm. tall; stolons up to 10 cm. long, decumbent; upper surface of the stems with stalked glands, the hairs white or purple.
Distribution: Alaska to California, east to North Dakota and Arizona, from lower montane to sub-alpine.
Habitat: Moist, open areas, flood plains of streams, margins of alkali depressions.
Origin: Native

Antennaria rosea   (rosy pussytoes, rosy everlasting)  
Mat-forming, stoloniferous perennial 5-40 cm. tall, the herbage closely and persistently grey-woolly; stolons up to 10 cm. long, decumbent.
Distribution: Alaska to California, east to Quebec and New Mexico.
Habitat: Dry or moist ground, from near sea level to alpine.
Origin: Native



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