Ageratina altissima (L.) R.M.King & H.Rob., Phytologia 19 212 1970. (syn: Ageratina ageratoides (L.fil.) Spach; Ageratum altissimum L.; Batschia nivea Moench; Eupatorium aboriginum E.Greene; Eupatorium ageratoides L.fil. (ambiguous synonym); Eupatorium ageratoides var. angustatum A.Gray; Eupatorium altissimum (L.) Murray (ambiguous synonym); Eupatorium boreale E.Greene; Eupatorium eurybiifolium E.Greene; Eupatorium frasieri Poir.; Eupatorium odoratum Walt. (ambiguous synonym); Eupatorium rugosum Houtt. (ambiguous synonym); Eupatorium rugosum var. chlorolepis Fern.; Eupatorium rugosum var. tomentellum (B.L.Rob.) S.F.Blake; Eupatorium rugosum var. villicaule (Fern.) S.F.Blake; Eupatorium urticifolium var. tomentellum B.L.Rob.; Eupatorium urticifolium var. villicaule Fern.; Kyrstenia aboriginum (E.Greene) E.Greene; Kyrstenia altissima (L.) E.Greene; Kyrstenia borealis (E.Greene) E.Greene);     

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Ageratina altissima from Canada-GS06032020-7 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E.Robins.

Common name: White snakeroot
Differing from A. adenophora in perennial habit, absence of glandular hairs on stem and leaves, larger leaves (4-11 cm long as against 3-6 cm), absence of glandular hairs on outer side of involucre bracts.
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