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Project Name Data (Last Modified On 8/25/2017)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 7/9/2009)
Status: Native

 

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8c. var. parvula

Pl. 441 l, m

Stems moderately to densely pubescent with short, upward-curved, nonglandular hairs and sparse to moderate, spreading, gland-tipped hairs. Leaf blades ovate to narrowly ovate or narrowly oblong-ovate, the margins often somewhat curled under, the undersurface with moderate to dense, curved, nonglandular hairs, also dotted with sessile glands, the blades of the largest leaves with mostly 3–5 secondary veins on each side of the midvein, the lateral veins mostly not joined, free to their tips. Calyces pubescent with a mixture of minute, nonglandular and somewhat longer, gland-tipped hairs. 2n=20. May–July.

Scattered, mostly south of the Missouri River (eastern U.S. west to Minnesota, Nebraska, and Texas; Canada). Glades, upland prairies, savannas, ledges and tops of bluffs, and openings of mesic to dry upland forests; also pastures and roadsides.

 


 

 
 
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