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Flower heads
Hwy 97 - Sue Smith

Yavapai County Native & Naturalized Plants

Eriophyllum lanosum - woolly eriophyllum

Synonyms: Antheropeas lanosum
Other Common Names: woolly daisy
Plant Form: Forb

Family: Asteraceae

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Flower head
Hwy 97
Sue Smith
Leaves and stem
Castle Hot Springs Rd
Sue Smith
Leaves and stem
Hwy 97
Sue Smith
Plant - spring
Castle Hot Springs Rd
Sue Smith
Plant - spring
Hwy 97
Sue Smith
Forb Plant Description

Origin: Native   Life Cycle: Annual
General Desc: Very low growing annual with open branching and woolly appearance. Can carpet the ground after sufficient winter rains.
Height: 1-1/2 inches


Habitat Description: Dry gravelly slopes and mesas.
Plant Communities: Desert Scrub, Interior Chaparral, Semidesert Grasslands
Elevation: 1000 - 3000 feet

Flower Characteristics

Color: White and yellow     Shape: Daisy or dandelion-like not in clusters     Tubular: N     Flowering Period: Feb - May
Description: Rays are white and disks are yellow. Has woolly appearance to 1/4 inch wide. Appears at ends of woolly stems.

Leaf and Stem Characteristics

Leaf Color: Grayish-white to grayish-green     Leaf Type: Simple     Leaf Shape: Narrow     Leaf Margin: Smooth     Leaf Attachment: Alternate     Leaves Clasp: N
Hairs: Leaves and stems     Spines: N
Leaf Description: Has woolly appearance to 1/4 inch long.

Fruit and Seed Characteristics

Fruit Type: Achene

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