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Panicled Aster (Aster lanceolatus) is rather showy when it is in bloom, even though it is often treated as an undesirable weed. This aster can be difficult to distinguish from others that have small flowerheads with white petaloid rays. It has several characteristics that, when they are taken together, are useful in making a correct identification


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Source: Illinois Wildflowers

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