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  • Symphyotrichum oolentangiense, Symphyotrichum parviceps, Symphyotrichum pilosum, Symphyotrichum porteri, Symphyotrichum praealtum, Symphyotrichum prenanthoides
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  • Enneapogon desvauxii Erioneuron avenaceum Erioneuron nealleyi Erioneuron pilosum Eustachys glauca Eustachys petraea F Fingerhuthia africana H Hilaria jamesii
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  • Eupatorium mohrii, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Eupatorium petaloideum, Eupatorium pilosum, Eupatorium resinosum, Eupatorium rotundifolium, Eupatorium semiserratum
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  • Symphyotrichum speciesSymphyotrichum pilosum Show Lower Taxa Symphyotrichum pilosum var. pilosum, Symphyotrichum pilosum var. pringlei (Willdenow) G. L. Nesom
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  • genusErioneuron Show Lower Taxa Erioneuron avenaceum, Erioneuron nealleyi, Erioneuron pilosum Nash Jesus Valdes-Reyna Treatment appears in FNA Volume 25. Treatment on
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  • Erioneuron pilosum grows on dry, rocky hills and mesas, often in oak and pinyon-juniper woodlands. In North America, it is represented by E. pilosum var. pilosum
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  • familyAsteraceae tribeAsteraceae tribe Eupatorieae genusEupatorium speciesEupatorium pilosum Walter Fl. Carol., 199. 1788. Kunsiri Chaw Siripun, Edward E. Schilling
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  • Field paspalum Endemic Synonyms: Paspalum longipilum Paspalum laeve var. pilosum Paspalum laeve var. circulare Paspalum laeve var. australe Paspalum circulare
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  • Michael J. Warnock EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Delphinium nuttallianum var. pilosum C. L. Hitchcock Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Illustrator: John Myers
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  • Symphyotrichum pilosum var. pilosum (category Symphyotrichum pilosum)
    sectionSymphyotrichum sect. Symphyotrichum speciesSymphyotrichum pilosum varietySymphyotrichum pilosum var. pilosum Luc Brouillet, John C. Semple, Geraldine A. Allen
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  • Symphyotrichum pilosum var. pringlei (category Symphyotrichum pilosum)
    sectionSymphyotrichum sect. Symphyotrichum speciesSymphyotrichum pilosum varietySymphyotrichum pilosum var. pringlei (A. Gray) G. L. Nesom Phytologia 77: 289. 1995
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  • Trichorrhachis Agropyron repens var. subulatum Setiferum Agropyron repens var. pilosum Heberhachis Aristatum Agropyron repens Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24
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  • Varieties 2 (2 in the flora). Symphyotrichum ericoides resembles S. pilosum var. pilosum, which has larger heads, longer rays, and phyllaries that are not
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  • fischerianum var. beeringianum (Chamisso & Schlechtendal) Hultén Cerastium pilosum Linnaeus Cerastium pulchellum Cerastium scammamiae Cerastium variabile Cerastium
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  • Endemic Synonyms: Ascyrum villosum Linnaeus Brathys tomentosa Spach Hypericum pilosum Walter H. villosum (Linnaeus) Crantz Treatment appears in FNA Volume 6.
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  • disc florets (13–)17–39(–67), corollas (2.5–)3–4.1(–5.5) Symphyotrichum pilosum 13 Stems glabrous or glabrate distally, not hairy in lines in arrays > 14
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  • galioides I. M. Johnston, E. intricatum Bentham, E. moranii Reveal, E. pilosum S. Stokes, E. preclarum Reveal, E. repens (S. Stokes) Reveal, and E. scalare
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  • Ala., Ga., Ky., Tenn. Symphyotrichum priceae blooms earlier than S. pilosum var. pilosum. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"section",
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  • considered weeds. And some native species of open habitats (e.g., Symphyotrichum pilosum) are often considered weeds because they invade fields left fallow. Ragweeds
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