Twenty-four images of Antennaria parlinii, Antennaria, plantaginifolia, Parlin's Pussytoes which has been separated out of the Antennaria plantaginifolia complex, determined to have evovled from hybrids of several species. Note the flat-disked staminate flowers with orange pollen are distinctly different from the more oval flowerheads of the pistilllate flowers. Boiled in milk, this plant was a folk remedy for diarrhea, dysentery. Tea drunk for lung ailments. Leaves poulticed on bruises, sprains, boils, and swellings. One of the multitude of snakebite remedies.
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