Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum (L.) Hilliard & B.L.Burtt, 206 1981. (syn: Dasyanthus conglobatus (Lam.) Bubani; Filaginella luteoalba (L.) Opiz; Gnaphalium dealbatum var. luteo-fuscum (Webb) Lobin; Gnaphalium depressum Steud.; Gnaphalium dichotomum Blanco; Gnaphalium helichrysoides Wedd.; Gnaphalium luteo-fuscum Webb; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. compactum Kirk; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. incanum A.Rich.; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. luteoalbum ; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. multiceps (Wall. ex DC.) Hook.f.; Gnaphalium luteoalbum subsp. pallidum (Lam.) Mahesw.; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. pallidum Hook.f.; Gnaphalium luteoalbum var. sulphureum ; Gnaphalium pallidum Lam.; Gnaphalium trifidum Thunb.; Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum subsp. luteoalbum (L.) Hilliard & B.L.Burtt;                                 (≡) Gnaphalium luteoalbum L. (basionym); (≡) Helichrysum luteoalbum (L.) Rchb.; (≡) Laphangium luteoalbum (L.) Tzvelev);

Helichrysum luteoalbum, commonly known as Jersey Cudweed or Weedy Cudweed, is a cosmopolitan weed.
It grows as an erect herb up to 70 centimetres high, branching from the base. Flowers are cream, yellow, white, or pink.[1]
This species is so widely distributed that it is unclear where it is native and where naturalised. In general it is considered naturalised in North and South America, and native to every other continent.[5]
(From Wikipedia on 2.7.13)


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