Chrysopsis gossypina subsp. hyssopifolia
Canad. J. Bot. 58: 148. 1980.
Short-lived perennials (usually), 30–80 cm. Stems 1–5 (older plants), ascending to erect, rarely procumbent, usually simple. Leaves: mid to distal cauline sometimes numerous (to 75 on tall stems), sometimes crowded; blades linear to lanceolate, margins coarsely long-pilose, faces sparsely pilose to glabrate. Heads usually in subumbelliform, sometimes in compound, subumbelliform arrays. Phyllaries: apices spreading, faces glabrate. 2n = 18.
Phenology: Flowering late Sep–Dec.
Habitat: Sandy and clay soils, open pine flatwoods, oak-pine scrub, disturbed areas
Elevation: 0–50 m
Ala., Fla., La., Miss.
A few plants similar to subsp. hyssopifolia have been collected in northern peninsular Florida.
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