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Plant guide: Douglas' dusty-maiden (Chaenactic douglasii)Author(s): Derek Tilley; Dan Ogle; Loren St. John
Source: Aberdeen, ID: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center. 4p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionDouglas' dustymaiden can be used as part of a native forb component in wildland seedings to increase biodiversity, improve wildlife habitat, and provide food for numerous birds and mammals. Douglas' dustymaiden is readily visited by pollinators and other insect species. It is considered an important species for sage grouse during brood rearing because of its insect associations.
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CitationTilley, Derek; Ogle, Dan; St. John, Loren. 2010. Plant guide: Douglas' dusty-maiden (Chaenactic douglasii). Aberdeen, ID: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Aberdeen Plant Materials Center. 4p.
KeywordsDouglas' dusty-maiden, Chaenactic douglasii
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