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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium austrotexanumSouth Texas Rabbit-tobaccoGrasslands, pastures, disturbed areas.S. TX south to ne. Mexico (COA, NLE).
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium canescensLava beds, rocky sites, grasslands, oak, pine-oak, and pine woodlands.OK, CO, UT, NV, and CA south to n. Mexico.
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium domingenseDominican CudweedDisturbed areas.Native of New World tropics.
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium helleriHeller's Rabbit-tobaccoDry woodlands and openings (especially over mafic rocks), longleaf pine sandhills.Sc. VA south to Panhandle FL, s. AL, west to AR, LA, and ne. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium macouniiClammy Cudweed, Winged Cudweed, Clammy EverlastingDry fields, pastures, and woodland edges, southwards limited to higher elevations.QC west to BC, south to w. VA, WV, n. IN, ec. IL, MN, w. NE, NM, AZ, CA, and Mexico.image of plant
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium micradeniumSmall Rabbit-tobacco, Delicate Rabbit-tobaccoDry woodlands and openings.Se. ME west to WI, south to e. SC, c. GA, se. TN, and s. MO.
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium obtusifoliumEastern Rabbit-tobacco, Fragrant Rabbit-tobacco, Cat's-footPrairies, openings, woodlands, coastal dunes, sandy pinelands, disturbed areas.NB west to ON, south to s. FL and c. and s. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaePseudognaphalium stramineumCotton-batting PlantSandy fields, roadsides, disturbed places.Native of TX south through Mexico and into South America.image of plant

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