Agalinis


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Synonyms for Agalinis

semiparasitic herb with purple or white or pink flowers

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Some relatively infrequent species appear characteristic of more open stands on drier ground (i1): Agalinis gattingeri, Crotolaria sagittalis, Dichanthelium laxiflorum, Potentilla simplex, Spiranthes ovalis, Symphyotrichum laeve var.
Abundant forbs were Agalinis tenuifolia (slender gerardia), Aster oolentangiensis, Comandra umbellata (star toadflax), Conyza canadensis (horseweed), Eupborbia corollata (flowering spurge), Fragaria virginiana, Lechea leggettii (pinweed), Lupinus perennis (wild lupine), Phlox pilosa (prairie phlox), Potentilla simplex, Pleridium aquilinum, Rubus flagellaris, and Solidago nemoralis (gray goldenrod).
Pollinator effectiveness and seed-set in populations of Agalinis strictifolia (Scrophulariaceae).
This site contains at least 28 state-listed threatened or endangered species, including 90 percent of all populations of the federally-listed sandplain gerardia (Agalinis acuta).
Six of these species are endangered (Agalinis plukenetii, Coreopsis delphinifolia, Lysimachia fraseri, Pityopsis ruthii, Sedum nevii, and Trillium rugelii), five threatened (Chrysogonum virginianum.
In some of the grasslands surveyed by Schotz and Barbour (2009), such as the Cahaba River Prairies, several of the reported common plants are more typical of acid or sandy soils, rather than purely calcareous, e.g., Agalinis tenuifolia, Aristida virgata, Desmodium marilandicum, Liatris squarrulosa, Physalis carpenteri and Sporobolus junceus.
Agalinis peduncularis (Benth.) Pennell, 8322 ANSM, TEX.
Agalinus heterophylla (Nutt.) Small ex Britton (Prairie agalinis; TAC 4357) is a native forb occurring in prairies and open woodlands in the eastern one-half of Texas (Diggs et al.
These included Agalinis purpurea (L.) Pennell (C = 6), Gentianopsis virgata (Raf.) Holub (C = 8), Parnassia glauca Raf.
A number of studies have provided some information on the ecology and biology of Agalinis auriculata.
Variation in individual flowering time and reproductive success of Agalinis strictifolia (Scrophulariaceae).
If the hairs are on the upper side, the bee turns over and pollen is dusted on its front, as, for example, in Aureolaria, Agalinis (Agalineae), and Gratiola neglecta (Gratioleae) (Pennell, 1935).
Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf.: slenderleaf false foxglove.
Other plants found at the site included Agalinis fasciculate (Ell.) Raf., Helianthus angustifolius L., Eupitorium rotundifolium L., Solidago altissima L., Passiflora incarnata L., Aster pilosus Willd., Lespedeza virginia (L.) Britton.