Chrysopsis lanuginosa Small is native to the Florida Panhandle.  Its range greatly expanded with the introduction of pine plantations in the mid-late 1900s.  It has wooly basal rosette leaves, but the shoots and leaves are covered with large stalked glands and few hairs.  The phyllaries are long and tapering and densely glandular.  Its fruits lack reddish brown ridges.  The species is diploid with 2n=10.  See Semple (2006 FNA).