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Gnaphalium californicum
Gnaphalium californicum
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Genus: Gnaphalium
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Gnaphalium, commonly called Cudweed, is a genus of plants belonging to the family Asteraceae. There are about 120 members of the genus mostly found in temperate regions although some are found on tropical mountains or in the sub-tropical regions of the world.

Cudweeds are an important foodplant of American Painted Lady caterpillars.


Gnaphalium affine, D. Don.,
Gnaphalium californicum, California everlasting
Gnaphalium exilifolium A. Nels., Slender cudweed
Gnaphalium hypoleucum
Gnaphalium indicum
Gnaphalium japonicum
Gnaphalium keriense
Gnaphalium luteoalbum, Jersey Cudweed
Gnaphalium palustre Nutt., Western marsh cudweed
Gnaphalium polycaulon Pers., Many stem cudweed
Gnaphalium uliginosum L., Marsh cudweed

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