Bigelowia nudata var. australis
Sida 4: 274. 1971.
Basal leaves linear-oblanceolate to narrowly spatulate, (5–) 8–16 (–22) × 2–5 mm. Involucres 6–7.5 mm. Florets 4–5 mm. 2n = 18.
Phenology: Flowering Oct–May.
Habitat: Sandy soil, wet prairies, pinelands, "shell rock and muck"
Elevation: 10–25 m
Variety australis and var. nudata are contiguous to slightly overlapping in geographic range; intermediates have been noted (L. C. Anderson 1970) where they co-occur in northeastern Florida.
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