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Published In: Rhodora 94(880): 381. 1992. (Rhodora) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Status: Native


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8b. var. missouriensis (Torr.) Goodman & C.A. Lawson (Leonard’s skullcap)

S. parvula var. leonardii (Epling) Fernald

S. leonardii Epling

Pl. 441 k

Stems glabrous or more commonly sparsely to moderately pubescent with short, upward-curved, nonglandular hairs. Leaf blades lanceolate to ovate or ovate-triangular, the margins curled under, the undersurface with sparse, curved, nonglandular hairs along the veins, sometimes nearly glabrous, the blades of the largest leaves with mostly 1 or 2 secondary veins on each side of the midvein, the lateral veins mostly not joined, free to their tips. Calyces pubescent with minute, nonglandular hairs. 2n=20. May–July.

Scattered nearly throughout the state, but apparently absent from the Mississippi Lowlands Division (eastern U.S. west to North Dakota and Texas; Canada). Glades, bottomland prairies, upland prairies, ledges and tops of bluffs, and mesic to dry upland forests; also railroads and roadsides.



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