Chrysopsis falcata (Pursh) Elliot
Family: Asteraceae
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Cespitose, fibrous-rooted perennial 1-3.5 dm, branched above; stem white-woolly with usually loose hairs, or glabrate in age; lvs crowded, linear, Ā±arcuate, glabrous or glabrate, parallel-veined, often folded, to 10 cm × 5 mm, or the lowermost oblanceolate and a little wider, but no longer than the others; heads several, terminating the branches, campanulate; invol 5-8 mm, slightly white-hairy; achenes linear-fusiform; 2n=18. Dry sandy soil, mostly near the coast; Mass. to N.J. July-Sept.

Gleason, Henry A. & Cronquist, Arthur J. 1991. Manual of vascular plants of northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. lxxv + 910 pp.

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