Carphephorus odoratissimus var. subtropicanus
Novon 11: 366. 2001.
Plants with slight or no odor of coumarin or vanilla. Basal leaves less than 15 × 4 cm; midstem leaves narrowly elliptic, margins entire, apices appressed to stems. Primary head-bearing branches diverging from main axes at 30–45°. Florets mostly 10–14.
Phenology: Flowering (Sep–)Oct–Nov.
Habitat: Burned pine savanna-flatwoods, dry prairies
Elevation: 0–50 m
Variety subtropicanus, which occurs in the southern half of Florida, is mostly allopatric with var. odoratissimus. Intergrades occur where their ranges meet (S. L. Orzell and E. L. Bridges 2002).
"fine" is not a number.