(L.) Hook.; Common or Plantain Pussytoes, Woman's Tobacco; C = 3; BSUH 16338.
Antennaria plantaginifolia and Mollugo verticillata, ranked first and second in importance value in the seed bank, respectively, were not encountered in the vegetation sampling, although rare individuals of A.
Density of perennials was driven primarily by Antennaria plantaginifolia, whereas density of annuals was more evenly distributed, with four species dominating (Mollugo verticillata, Conyza canadensis, Linaria canadensis and Triodanis perfoliata) (Table 1).
Species richness and abundance of life history and functional guilds were skewed by the dominant species, Antennaria plantaginifolia, a native perennial forb, which was absent from the vegetation.
(L.) Richardson: woman's tobacco.
The plants that occur here include Antennaria plantaginifolia, Arabis laevigata, Cacalia atriplicifolia, Carex pensylvanica, Dodecatheon meadia, Luzula imultiflora, Quercus velutina, Silene virginica, Thaspium trifoliatum, and Tradescantia virginiana.
Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.) Richardson: Plantain Pussytoes; rare; dry exposed slopes; BSUH 11306.
Of the plant species reported from the study area, several occur only here, including the woody species, Cercis canadensis, Cornus amomum, Salix discolor, and Rosa palustris, and the herbaceous species, Antennaria plantaginifolia
, Campanula rapunculoides, Convallaria majalis, Desmodium paniculatum, Fragaria virginiana, Geum laciniatum, Ipomoea hederacea, Knautia arvensis, Melilotus alba, Melissa officinalis, Mirabilis nyctaginea, Trifolium hybridum, T.