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  1. Wyethia

    Wyethia is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family commonly referred to as mule's ears. These are short, low to the ground golden-rayed wildflowers that resemble miniature sunflowers. Selected species: ⁕Wyethia amplexicaulis - northern mule's ears, black sunflower ⁕Wyethia angustifolia - California compassplant, narrowleaf wyethia ⁕Wyethia arizonica - Arizona mule's ears ⁕Wyethia glabra - Coast Range mule's ears ⁕Wyethia helenioides - gray mule's ears, whitehead mule's ears ⁕Wyethia helianthoides - sunflower mule's ears ⁕Wyethia longicaulis - Humboldt mule's ears ⁕Wyethia mollis - woolly mule's ears

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