Pale Agoseris - Agoseris glauca var. dasycephala
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For full description see Agoseris glauca.
Agoseris glauca var. dasycephala differs from var. glauca in usually having scales on the receptacle, often hairy foliage, and often stipitate-glandular peduncles. This variety generally grows at higher elevations than the typical variety (Baird 2006, Flora N. America).
Much of Canada south through the Dakotas to AZ and NM, and WA and OR (Kartesz 2009).
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Dry sites from alpine areas to valleys, often in gravelly or rocky soils.
The following animal species have been reported as pollinators of this species or genera where their geographic ranges overlap: Bombus bifarius
and Bombus insularis
(Wilson et al. 2010).
- Literature Cited AboveLegend: View Online Publication
- Wilson, J.S., L.E. Wilson, L.D. Loftis, and T. Griswold. 2010. The montane bee fauna of north central Washington, USA, with floral associations. Western North American Naturalist 70(2): 198-207.
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- Simanonok, M.P., and L.A. Burkle. 2014. Partitioning interaction turnover among alpine pollination networks: Spatial temporal, and environmental patterns. Ecosphere 5(11):149.
- Stevens, D.R. 1965. Range relationships of elk and livestock in the Crow Creek drainage, Elkhorn Mountains, Montana. M.Sc. Thesis. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University. 68 p.
- Stewart, S.T. 1975. Ecology of the West Rosebud and Stillwater bighorn sheep herds, Beartooth Mountains, Montana. M.Sc. Thesis. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University. 130 p.
- Wood, M.A. 1981. Small mammal communities after two recent fires in Yellowstone National Park. M.Sc. Thesis. Bozeman, Montana: Montana State University. 58 p.