Asteraceae_Gnapahlium attenuatum

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Family Asteraceae
Basionym Gnaphalium attenuatum DC var. sylvicola McVaugh
Original Identification Gnaphalium attenuatum DC var. sylvicola McVaugh
Current Taxon Gnaphalium attenuatum DC var. sylvicola McVaugh
Protologue Citation Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium 9(4): 465. 1972.
Holotype/Isotype Isotype
DUKE Accession Number 237710
Primary Collector Rogers McVaugh
Collector Number 14283
Collection Date 19-21 Nov 1952
Country Mexico
Province/State Jalisco
Plant Location Notes Sierra de Cuale, southwest of Talpa de Allende; southwest of the prominent peak called Piedra Rajada; pine forests near summits, on steep south- and west-facing slopes, elevation 1800-2250 m.
Plant Description Notes Abundant. Heads scarious, pink.
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Broad geographical location North America
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