Crataegus scabrida var. egglestonii
Publ. Bot. Milwaukee Public Mus. 3: 170. 1965.
Leaf-blades short-ovate to broadly elliptic, 4 cm, adaxial surface sparsely to densely appressed-pubescent young. Inflorescence branches sparsely to densely villous. Flowers: hypanthium pubescent.
Phenology: Flowering May–Jun; fruiting Sep–Oct.
Habitat: Brush, roadsides, woodland edges
Elevation: 30–200 m
Que., Mass., Mich., N.H., N.Y., Vt.
Variety egglestonii is nearly restricted to New England, adjacent New York, and the St. Lawrence valley in Quebec. E. J. Palmer (1950) recorded the variety from Nova Scotia and, if so, it probably also occurs in Maine; it appears to be scarce.