Tetraneuris


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The Division of Natural Areas and Preserves introduced Eastern Four-Nerve Daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea) on Kelleys from the Marblehead Peninsula on the Ohio mainland in 1989 as part of a federal recovery plan for the species.
Lakeside daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea Greene, Asteraceae) was re-introduced into dry gravel prairie at three locations within Manito Prairie Nature Preserve, Tazewell County, Illinois in 1988 with additional plantings at four other preserve locations in 1994 and 1995.
Lakeside daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea Greene) is an herbaceous, thick-rooted, spring-blooming, polycarpic perennial herb in the family Asteraceae characterized by a short, fibrous-rooted caudex; tufted, oblanceolate, puncate, basal leaves, 1-8 cm long and 2-10 mm wide, and a solitary head terminating a scape up to 25 cm in length (Wunderlin 1971, Gleason and Cronquist 1991).
Solidago rigida, Tetraneuris stenophylla, Thelesperma gracile, and
Tetraneuris linearifolia (Hook.) Greene, Four-nerve daisy (HS).