A shade-intolerant, submontane to subalpine, Asian and transcontinental North America forb. Occurs on water-shedding sites within alpine tundra, boreal. cool temperate, and cool mesothermal climates. Inhabits exposed mineral soil on cutover sites, clearings, and waysides. Under these circumstances often dominates initial stages of secondary succession. Characteristic of disturbed sites.
Moist to dry meadows, open forests, logging units, fields and roadsides in the lowland, montane and subalpine zones; common throughout all but NE BC; N to AK, YT, and NT, E to NF and NS and S to NC, KY, AZ, NM and CA.
Anaphalis margaritacea var. angustior (Miq.) Nakai Anaphalis margaritacea var. intercedens H. Hara Anaphalis margaritacea var. occidentalis Greene Anaphalis margaritacea var. revoluta Suksd. Anaphalis margaritacea var. subalpina A. Gray Anaphalis occidentalis (Greene) A. Heller Gnaphalium margaritaceum L.
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