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The plant is native to western and northwestern North America from Alaska east to the Northwest Territories and Ontario, south to California, Arizona, and New Mexico. It grows in many habitat types.
Agoseris glauca is a perennial herb which varies in general appearance. It produces a basal patch of leaves of various shapes which may be as long as the plant is high.
There is no stem but the plant flowers in a stemlike inflorescence which is sometimes erect, reaching heights near half a meter or taller. The flower head is one to three centimeters wide with layers of pointed phyllaries. The head is ligulate, bearing many yellow ray florets but no disc florets.
- Agoseris glauca var. dasycephala (Torr. & A. Gray) Jeps.
- Agoseris glauca var. glauca 
- Jepson Manual Treatment — Agoseris glauca
- USDA Plants Profile for Agoseris glauca
- USGS NPWRC Profile
- Agoseris glauca — Calphotos Photo gallery, University of California
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