Anaphalis margaritacea (L.) Benth. & Hook.f., Gen. Pl. 2: 303 (1873) 303 1873. (Syn: Anaphalis angustifolia Rydb.; Anaphalis cinnamomea (DC.) C.B.Clarke; Anaphalis japonica Maxim.; Anaphalis lanata (A.Nelson) Rydb.; Anaphalis margaritacea var. angustior (Miq.) Nakai …….; Anaphalis occidentalis (Greene) A.Heller; Anaphalis sierrae A.Heller; Anaphalis subalpina (A.Gray) Rydb.; Anaphalis timmua D.Don; Anaphalis timmua (Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don) Hand.-Mazz.; Anaphalis yedoensis Maxim.; Antennaria cinnamomea DC.; Antennaria margaritacea (L.) Sweet .;  Antennaria plantaginea Sweet; Antennaria timmua Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don; Chamaezelum margaritaceum ; Gnaphalium americanum Greene [Illegitimate]; Gnaphalium boreale Salisb. [Illegitimate]; Gnaphalium hypophaeum Spreng. ex DC.; Gnaphalium margaritaceum L. .; Gnaphalium timmua Buch.-Ham. ex Spreng.; Gnaphalium wightianum Thwaites;                                   Anaphalis cinnamomea var. angustior (Miq.) Nakai; Anaphalis margaritacea subsp. angustior (Miq.) Kitam.; Antennaria cinnamomea var. angustior Miq.; Antennaria margaritacea (L.) R.Br. ex DC.; Gnaphalium margaritaceum var. timua Kuntze; Helichrysum margaritaceum (L.) Moench);
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a-NAF-uh-lus — from the Greek name for a similar plant Dave’s Botanary
mar-gar-ee-tuh-KEE-uh or mar-gar-ee-tuh-SEE-uh — pearl-likeDave’s Botanary

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commonly known as: pearly everlasting, western pearly everlasting

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Native to: N America, Himalayas, Indo-China, Japan, e Russia; introduced in Europe; widely cultivated

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VoF Week :: DV :: 02 AUG 12 – 0122 :: Anaphalis triplinervis at Valley of Flowers: Anaphalis triplinervis (Sims) Sims ex C.B.Clarke … (family: Asteraceae)

2 AUG 12
Valley of Flowers about 11000 – 12000 ft


More chances of A. margaritacea, as leaves have single midvein.


Yes indeed, … Many many thanks for correcting the ID.


I was also searching for the nerves. I suppose the smaller leaves in the background are those belonging to the species. The ones in the front are from some different plant. Still there appears to be a single vein. I am not sure how much important this character is. The leaves of the said species on FOI appear similar to one displayed here.


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VOF Week 300812_DS_08:   Another small white flower on the way to VOF. This one is the only pic of this flower.
I noted … advice – to take multiple pic of any sample, it’s foliage pattern etc. But while on field , bending over so small plants and flowers was very troublesome for me due to spondylitis on my neck.
But I hope my friends will sure id it.

Anaphalis margaritacea I hope.


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Asteraceae Week (Part I – Radiate heads) :: Anaphalis margaritacea at Valley of Flowers :: 02 AUG 12 01:23 :: DV05 : 5 images. 5 posts by 3 authors.
Anaphalis margaritacea (L.) Benth. & Hook. f.

a-NAF-uh-lus — from the Greek name for a similar plant Dave’s Botanary
mar-gar-ee-tuh-KEE-uh or mar-gar-ee-tuh-SEE-uh — pearl-likeDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: pearly everlasting, western pearly everlasting
Native to: N America, Himalayas, Indo-China, Japan, e Russia; introduced in Europe; widely cultivated
References: Flowers of IndiaNPGS / GRINWikipedia

at Valley of Flowers on 02 AUG 12 


In general all your postings (I mean photographs and presentations) on the subject are superb.


Oh this picture exactly narrates the fate of many plants in Valley of Flowers. Anaphalis overgrown by noxious weed Polygonum polystachyum! This weed has rapidly spread in valley replacing and overgrowing many tiny alpine herbs which can not compete with it. Eradication of this weed by govt agencies is not successful despite of long efforts.


Many thanks … for pointing to this serious domination of Polygonum polystachyum.
Similar happening is found almost throughout the Western Ghats – the spread of Chromolaena odorata.



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Anaphalis sp??071110-PKA3: This one looks like Anaphalis sp.

Date/Time: 27-09-2010 / 10:15AM
Location: On the way to Hampta Pass (Manali region), Altitude: approx. 11500 ft
Habitat: Wild
Plant Habit: Herb


I suppose Anaphalis margaritacea


I guess … is correct!



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