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Terms: Genus: gnaphalium

Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 254 (1820)
Gnaphalium L.
Sp.Pl. 2:850 (1753)
Gnaphalium calviceps Fernald
Rhodora 37:449, 466, Tab. 405 (1935)
Gnaphalium candidissimum Lam.
White Cudweed; Encycl. 2:754 (1788)
Gnaphalium coarctatum Willd.
Spiked Cudweed; Sp.Pl. 3:1886-1887 (1803)
Gnaphalium collinum Labill.
Gnaphalium diamantinense Paul G.Wilson
Suppl.Black's Fl.S.Austral. 315 (1965)
Gnaphalium diamantinensis Paul G.Wilson
H.Eichler, Suppl.Black's Fl.S.Austral. 315 (1965)
Gnaphalium falcatum Lam.
Encycl. 2:758 (1788)
Gnaphalium gymnocephalum DC.
Prodr. 6:235 (1838)
Gnaphalium indicum L.
Gnaphalium indutum Hook.f.
Tiny Cudweed; London J.Bot. 6:121 (1847)
Gnaphalium indutum Hook.f. subsp. indutum
Gnaphalium japonicum Thunb.
Gnaphalium luteo-album L.
Gnaphalium pensylvanicum Willd.
Enum.Pl.Hort.Berol. 867 (1809)
Gnaphalium polycaulon Pers.
Indian Cudweed; Syn.Pl. 2:421 (1807)
Gnaphalium purpureum L.
Gnaphalium sphaericum Willd.
Star Cudweed; Enum.Pl.Hort.Berol. 867 (1809)
Gnaphalium spicatum Lam.
Spiked Cudweed;
Gnaphalium subfalcatum Cabrera
Revista Mus.La Plata, Secc.Bot. 4:174 (1941)

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