|Scientific Name||Pseudognaphalium jaliscense||USDA PLANTS Symbol||PSJA4|
|Common Name||Jalisco Rabbit-tobacco||ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.||507653|
|Description||Habitat: Dry soils in grasslands, open areas in oak, pine, and juniper woodlands, along roadsides and disturbed sites; 4600 to 7100 ft.
Plant: Erect annual 12 to 28 inches tall; stems densely-covered with fine-woolly hairs.
Leaves: Alternate, narrowly lanceolate to nearly linear, 1-1/4 to 8 inches long and uo to 1/4-inch wide; bases decurrent, not clasping, up to 1/3-inch; flat or slightly revolute margins; surfaces covered with matted, silky hairs.
Inflorescence: Terminal clusters of small heads in corymb-like arrays; no petals; many yellow to brown disk florets, 90-115 pistillate florets and 8 to 12 bisexual florets, surrounded by opaque white phyllaries.
Bloom Period: July to October.
Reference: Flora of North America and SEINet.
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Banner photo of Lupinus ssp. by Rick Capozza, Austin TX
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