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PALE INDIAN PLANTAIN
B. S. Walters
Cacalia atriplicifolia of Michigan Flora.
Dry (rarely moist) open or lightly shaded ground, especially with oak, as on old dunes; prairies, stream banks, drier, upper portions of river floodplain forests, etc.
This is a tall, very glaucous, large-leaved, striking plant; apparently truly local, for it would be hard for collectors to overlook.