Fl. N. Amer. 2: 250. 1842
se United States.
Species 2 (2 in the flora).
Bradburia was considered monotypic until recently. J. C. Semple and C. C. Chinnappa (1984) thought that one species, B. hirtella, was closely related to Chrysopsis pilosa but not to species of Heterotheca. G. L. Nesom (1991) included B. hirtella within Chrysopsis sect. Bradburia with C. pilosa. Semple (1996) maintained the genus as separate and transferred C. pilosa to Bradburia. In a cladistic study of subtribe Chrysopsidinae, Semple and L. Tebby (1999) found that the two species of Bradburia form a strongly supported group in a clade with Heterotheca and Croptilon, while Chrysopsis is in a clade with Pityopsis, the Mexican monotypic genus Tomentaurum G. L. Nesom, and the South American genus Noticastrum de Candolle.
|1||Disc florets staminate; ray pappi of narrow, broad-based bristles 1–3 mm, outer series shorter than and grading into inner bristles||Bradburia hirtella|
|1||Disc florets bisexual; ray and disc pappi in 2 distinct series, outer of flat scales 0.5–1.1 mm, inner of barbellate bristles 5–6 mm||Bradburia pilosa|
|Author||John C. Semple +|
|Authority||Torrey & A. Gray +|
|Common name||Goldenaster +|
|Distribution||se United States. +|
|Etymology||For John Bradbury, 1768–1823, English naturalist, collector for the Liverpool Botanic Garden in the Missouri Territory, 1810–1811 +|
|Illustration copyright||Flora of North America Association +|
|Illustrator||Marjorie C. Leggitt +|
|Publication title||Fl. N. Amer. +|
|Publication year||1842 +|
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|Synonyms||Chrysopsis sect. Bradburia +|
|Taxon family||Asteraceae +|
|Taxon name||Bradburia +|
|Taxon parent||Asteraceae tribe Astereae +|
|Taxon rank||genus +|
|Volume||Volume 20 +|