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Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: Core eudicots
Cladus: Asterids
Cladus: Campanulids
Ordo: Asterales

Familia: Asteraceae
Subfamilia: Asteroideae
Tribus: Gnaphalieae
Genus: Antennaria
Species: A. acuminata – A. acuta – A. affinis – A. aizoides – A. alaskana – A. albescens – A. albicans – A. alborosea – A. alpina – A. alsinoides – A. ambigens – A. ampla – A. anacleta – A. anaphaloides – A. andina – A. angustata – A. angustiarum – A. angustifolia – A. appendiculata – A. aprica – A. arcuata – A. arenicola – A. aretioides – A. argentea – A. arida – A. arkansana – A. arnoglosa – A. arnoglossa – A. aromatica – A. athabascensis – A. atriceps – A. aureola – A. austromontana – A. bayardi – A. beringensis – A. bifrons – A. bocheriana – A. boecheriana – A. borealis – A. bracteosa – A. brainerdii – A. breitungii – A. brevistyla – A. brunnescens – A. burwellensis – A. callilepis – A. calophylla – A. campestris – A. cana – A. canadensis – A. candida – A. canescens – A. caroliniana – A. carpatica – A. caucasica – A. chelonica – A. chilensis – A. chlorantha – A. cinnamomea – A. columnaris – A. compacta – A. concinna – A. concolor – A. confinis – A. confusa – A. congesta – A. contorta – A. corymbosa – A. crymophila – A. decipiens – A. denikeana – A. densa – A. densifolia – A. dilatata – A. dimorpha – A. dioica – A. dioiciformis – A. disica – A. ekmaniana – A. elegans – A. elliptica – A. ellyae – A. erigeroides – A. erosa – A. eucosma – A. exilis – A. eximia – A. fallax – A. farwellii – A. fendleri – A. fernaldiana – A. flagellaris – A. flavescens – A. foenina – A. foggii – A. foliacea – A. formosa – A. frieseana – A. friesiana – A. fusca – A. gaspensis – A. geyeri – A. glabrata – A. glabrifolia – A. gnaphalioides – A. gormanii – A. grandis – A. greenei – A. groenlandica – A. helvetica – A. hendersonii – A. heteracantha – A. hibernica – A. holmii – A. howelii – A. howellii – A. hudsonica – A. hygrophila – A. hyperborea – A. imbricata – A. incarnata – A. insularis – A. insulensis – A. intermedia – A. isabellina – A. isolepis – A. japonica – A. javanica – A. komarovi – A. labradorica – A. laingii – A. lanata – A. lanatula – A. lanulosa – A. lapponica – A. latisquama – A. latisquamea – A. leontopodina – A. leontopodioides – A. leontopodium – A. leuchippi – A. leucophaea – A. leucophylla – A. linearifolia – A. longifolia – A. longii – A. lunellii – A. luzuloides – A. macounii – A. macrocephala – A. maculata – A. magellanica – A. manicouagana – A. margaritacea – A. marginata – A. mariae – A. media – A. megacephala – A. meredithae – A. mesochora – A. microcephala – A. microphylla – A. minuscula – A. modesta – A. monocephala – A. monoica – A. montana – A. mucronata – A. munda – A. muscoides – A. nana – A. nardina – A. nardinae – A. nebrascensis – A. neglecta – A. nemoralis – A. neoalaskana – A. neodiocia – A. neodioica – A. nigritella – A. nitens – A. nitida – A. nivalis – A. nordhageniana – A. nordhagiana – A. nubigena – A. oblanceolata – A. oblancifolia – A. obovata – A. obtusata – A. occidentalis – A. oneidica – A. oxyphylla – A. pallida – A. pannosa – A. parlinii – A. parviflora – A. parvifolia – A. parvula – A. peasei – A. pedicellata – A. pedunculata – A. peramoena – A. petaloidea – A. petasites – A. philonipha – A. pinetorum – A. piperi – A. planchoni – A. planchonii – A. plantaginea – A. plantaginifolia – A. polyphylla – A. porsildii – A. propinqua – A. pseudoarenicola – A. pulchella – A. pulcherrima – A. pulvinata – A. pumila – A. pygmaea – A. pyramidata – A. racemosa – A. rectangularis – A. recurva – A. reflexa – A. rhodantha – A. roezlii – A. rosea – A. rosulata – A. rousseaui – A. rubicunda – A. rupicola – A. russellii – A. sansoni – A. sansonii – A. sarawschanica – A. saxatilis – A. scabra – A. scariosa – A. sedoides – A. semidecurrens – A. shumaginensis – A. sierrae-blancae – A. sleumeri – A. soliceps – A. solitaria – A. solstitialis – A. somborgeri – A. sordida – A. sornborgeri – A. spathulata – A. speciosa – A. steetziana – A. stenolepis – A. stenophylla – A. stolonifera – A. straminea – A. subantarctica – A. subcanescens – A. subviscosa – A. suffrutescens – A. tansleyi – A. timmua – A. tomentella – A. tomentosa – A. triplinervis – A. tropicicola – A. tweedsmuirii – A. umbellata – A. umbrinella – A. undulata – A. ungavensis – A. uniceps – A. vexillifera – A. villifera – A. villosissima – A. virginica – A. viscida – A. viscidula – A. wiegandii – A. wilsonii – A. zosonia
Name

Antennaria Gaertn.
Synonyms

Disynanthus Raf.
Gnaphalium sect. Antennaria (Gaertn.) Miq.
Chamaezelum Link
Antennaria Link ex Fr.
Cyttarium Peterm.

References

Gaertner, J. 1790–1792 ["1791"]. De fructibus et seminibus plantarum. Volumen alterum, continens seminum centurias quinque posteriores cum tabulis aeneis CI. LII + 520 pp., tt. 80–180. Typis Guilielmi Henrici Schrammii, Tubingae [Tübingen]. BHL Reference page. : 410, pl. 167, f. 3.

Links

International Plant Names Index. 2017. Antennaria. Published online. Accessed: Oct. 17 2017.
The Plant List 2013. Antennaria in The Plant List Version 1.1. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2017 Oct. 17.
Tropicos.org 2017. Antennaria. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 17 Oct. 2017.

Vernacular names
беларуская: Агаткі
čeština: kociánek
dansk: Kattefod
Deutsch: Katzenpfötchen
eesti: Kassikäpp
suomi: Kissankäpälät
ქართული: ბუსუსტანა
қазақша: Мысықтабан
lietuvių: Katpėdė
norsk nynorsk: Kattefotslekta
polski: Ukwap
русский: Кошачья лапка
davvisámegiella: Busságeahppilat
slovenčina: plešivec
svenska: Kattfötter
українська: Котячі лапки
中文: 蝶须属

Antennaria is a genus of dioecious perennial herbs in the family Asteraceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, with a few species (A. chilensis, A. linearifolia, A. sleumeri) in temperate southern South America; the highest species diversity is in North America.[4] Common names include catsfoot or cat's-foot, pussytoes and everlasting.[1][2][5]

Different Antennaria species reach between 10 cm and 50 cm in height. The leaves are basal and often stem leaves. The name Antennaria refers to the projecting stamens seen on the male flowers of some species, resembling insect antennae.[6] [7]

Antennaria species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Vanessa virginiensis (American painted lady),[8] Coleophora pappiferella (which feeds exclusively on A. dioica), Schinia verna (which feeds on several Antennaria species).

Selected species

Antennaria alpina (L.) Gaertn. – alpine catsfoot
Antennaria anaphaloides Rydb. – pearly pussytoes
Antennaria arcuata Cronq. – box pussytoes
Antennaria argentea Benth. – silver pussytoes
Antennaria aromatica Evert – scented pussytoes
Antennaria boecheriana A.E.Porsild – Boecher's catsfoot
Antennaria carpatica (Wahlenb.) Bluff & Fingerh. – Carpathian catsfoot
Antennaria caucasica Boriss. – Caucasian catsfoot
Antennaria chilensis Remy – Chilean catsfoot
Antennaria corymbosa E. Nels. – flat-top pussytoes
Antennaria densifolia Porsild – denseleaf pussytoes
Antennaria dimorpha (Nutt.) Torr. & Gray – low pussytoes
Antennaria dioica (L.) Gaertn. – mountain everlasting
Antennaria eucosma Fern. & Wieg. – Newfoundland pussytoes
Antennaria flagellaris (Gray) Gray – whip pussytoes
Antennaria friesiana (Trautv.) Ekman – Fries' pussytoes
Antennaria geyeri Gray – pinewoods pussytoes
Antennaria howellii Greene (syn. A. canadensis) – Howell's pussytoes
Antennaria lanata (Hook.) Greene – woolly pussytoes
Antennaria luzuloides Torr. & Gray – rush pussytoes
Antennaria marginata Greene – whitemargin pussytoes
Antennaria media Greene – Rocky Mountain pussytoes
Antennaria microphylla Rydb. – littleleaf pussytoes
Antennaria monocephala DC. – pygmy pussytoes
Antennaria neglecta Greene – field pussytoes
Antennaria nordhageniana Rune & Rönning
Antennaria parlinii Fern. – Parlin's pussytoes
Antennaria parvifolia Nutt. – small-leaf pussytoes
Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.) Richards. – plantainleaf pussytoes
Antennaria porsildii E.Ekman
Antennaria pulchella Greene – Sierra pussytoes
Antennaria pulcherrima (Hook.) Greene – showy pussytoes
Antennaria racemosa Hook. – raceme pussytoes
Antennaria rosea Greene – rosy pussytoes
Antennaria rosulata Rydb. – Kaibab pussytoes
Antennaria soliceps Blake – Charleston Mountain pussytoes
Antennaria solitaria Rydb. – singlehead pussytoes
Antennaria stenophylla (A.Gray) A.Gray – narrowleaf pussytoes
Antennaria suffrutescens Greene – evergreen everlasting
Antennaria umbrinella Rydb. – umber pussytoes
Antennaria villifera Boriss.
Antennaria virginica Stebbins – shale barren pussytoes

Hybrids

Antennaria × erigeroides Greene (pro sp.)
Antennaria × foliacea Greene (pro sp.)
Antennaria × macounii Greene (pro sp.)
Antennaria × oblancifolia E.Nels. (pro sp.)

Gallery

Antennaria dioica

Field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta) in spring, with flowerbuds and runners

References

Gaertner 1791, p. 410.
Gaertner 1791, Tab. CLXVII: line drawings of flowers and flower heads of A. dioica.
Flann, C (ed) 2009+ Global Compositae Checklist
Thapa, Ramhari; Bayer, Randall J.; Mandel, Jennifer R. (2020). "Phylogenomics Resolves the Relationships within Antennaria (Asteraceae, Gnaphalieae) and Yields New Insights into its Morphological Character Evolution and Biogeography". Systematic Botany. 45 (2): 387–402. doi:10.1600/036364420X15862837791221. S2CID 218754856.
"Antennaria". County-level distribution maps from the North American Plant Atlas (NAPA). Biota of North America Program (BONAP). 2013.
Bayer, Randall J. "Antennaria". In Flora of North America Editorial Committee (ed.). Flora of North America North of Mexico (FNA). 19, 20 and 21. New York and Oxford – via eFloras.org, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA.
Coombes, Allen J. (2012). The A to Z of plant names : a quick reference guide to 4000 garden plants (1st ed.). Portland, Or.: Timber Press. p. 46. ISBN 978-1-60469-196-2. OCLC 741564356.

Hilty, John (2016). "Plantain-Leaved Pussytoes (Antennaria plantaginifolia)". Illinois Wildflowers.

Gaertner, Joseph (1791). De Fructibus et Seminibus Plantarum (in Latin). 2. Sumtibus Auctoris, Typis Academiae Carolinae.

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