Liatris squarrulosa

Family:ASTERACEAE
Species:Liatris squarrulosa Michx.
Common Name:APPALACHIAN GAYFEATHER
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Status:Native

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Classification

FamilyASTERACEAE
Genus Liatris
Species Liatris squarrulosa Michx. - APPALACHIAN GAYFEATHER

Citation

Citation LIATRIS SQUARRULOSA Michaux, Fl. Bor.-Amer. 2: 92. 1803.
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Type: SOUTH CAROLINA:

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Source

CountyHerbariaLiterature Citation (If Applicable)
Gadsden FLAS  
Okaloosa FSU  

Synonyms

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SynonymFull CitationBasionymType
Lacinaria earlei Lacinaria earlei Greene, Pittonia 4; 316. 1901. TYPE: ALABAMA: Lee Co.: Auburn, 27 Sep 1896, Earle s.n. (holotype: ND-G).
Lacinaria scariosa var. squarrulosa Lacinaria scariosa (Linnaeus) Hill, var. squarrulosa (Michaux) Small & Vail, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 4: 28. 1894.BASIONYM: Liatris squarrulosa Michaux 1803. 
Liatris earlei Liatris earlei (Greene) K. Schumann, Bot. Jahresber. (Just) 29(1): 569. 1903.BASIONYM: Lacinaria earlei Greene 1901. 
Liatris scariosa var. squarrulosa Liatris scariosa (Linnaeus) Willdenow, var. squarrulosa (Michaux) A. Gray, Syn. Fl. N. Amer. 1(2): 110. 1884.BASIONYM: Liatris squarrulosa Michaux 1803. 
Lacinaria ruthii Lacinaria ruthii Alexander, in Small, Man. S.E. Fl. 1335, 1508. 1933, non Bush 1931. TYPE: TENNESSEE: Meigs Co.: Hiwassee Valley, Oct 1896, Ruth 34 (holotype: NY).
Lacinaria scabra Lacinaria scabra Greene, Pittonia 4: 317. 1901. TYPE: ILLINOIS: Without data, 23 Sep 1890, Earle s.n. (holotype: ND-G).
Lacinaria shortii Lacinaria shortii Alexander, in Small, Man. S.E. Fl. 1335, 1508. 1933. TYPE: OHIO: Without data, 1842, Short s.n. (holotype: NY).
Lacinaria tracyi Lacinaria tracyi Alexander, in Small, Man. S.E. Fl. 1335, 1508. 1933. TYPE: ALABAMA: Baldwin Co.: Gateswood, 31 Oct 1903, Tracy 8558 (holotype: NY).
Liatris scabra Liatris scabra (Greene) K. Schumann, Bot. Jahresber. (Just) 29(1): 569. 1903.BASIONYM: Lacinaria scabra Greene 1901.