Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 40: 431. 1913
Phenology: Flowering Sep–Oct.
Habitat: Dry to mesic pinelands, pine and oak savannas, sand hills, openings in saw palmetto flatwoods, sandy soils.
Elevation: 0–60 m.
Agalinis laxa occurs in northeastern South Carolina and is expected to occur in southeastern North Carolina; it is most common near the coast in Georgia and northeastern Florida but is found sporadically on the coastal plain as far south as Hernando County, Florida. In the field, A. laxa is most easily confused with A. tenella; both have laxly spreading branches, widely spaced leaves, long pedicels subtended by much shorter bracts, and inflorescences with some pseudoterminal flowers. Agalinis laxa is most easily differentiated from A. tenella by pedicels to 40 mm in fruit, shorter and narrower corollas, straight corolla throats, pilose abaxial corolla lobes, and black seeds. Agalinis tenella has larger gibbous corollas, glabrous abaxial corolla lobes, and golden yellow seeds.
|Author||Judith M. Canne-Hilliker† + and John F. Hays +|
|Common name||Long-pedicelled false foxglove +|
|Distribution||Fla. +, Ga. + and S.C. +|
|Elevation||0–60 m. +|
|Habitat||Dry to mesic pinelands, pine and oak savannas, sand hills, openings in saw palmetto flatwoods, sandy soils. +|
|Phenology||Flowering Sep–Oct. +|
|Publication title||Bull. Torrey Bot. Club +|
|Publication year||1913 +|
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|Special status||Selected by author to be illustrated + and Endemic +|
|Synonyms||Gerardia laxa +|
|Taxon family||Orobanchaceae +|
|Taxon name||Agalinis laxa +|
|Taxon parent||Agalinis +|
|Taxon rank||species +|
|Volume||Volume 17 +|