Corethrogyne filaginifolia

(Hooker & Arnott) Nuttall
Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc., n. s. 7: 290. 1841.
Illustrated
Basionym: Aster filaginifolius Hooker & Arnott Bot. Beechey Voy., 146. 1833
Synonyms: Corethrogyne californica de Candolle Corethrogyne californica var. lyonii S. F. Blake Corethrogyne californica var. obovata (Bentham) Kuntze Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. bernardina (Abrams) H. M. Hall Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. brevicula (Greene) Canby Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. californica (de Candolle) Saroyan Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. glomerata H. M. Hall Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. hamiltonensis D. D. Keck Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. incana (Lindley) Canby Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. latifolia H. M. Hall Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. linifolia H. M. Hall Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. peirsonii Canby Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. pinetorum I. M. Johnston Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. rigida A. Gray Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. robusta Greene Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. sessilis (Greene) Canby Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. virgata (Bentham) A. Gray Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. viscidula (Greene) D. D. Keck Corethrogyne incana Corethrogyne leucophylla Corethrogyne linifolia Corethrogyne obovata Corethrogyne sessilis Lessingia filaginifolia Lessingia filaginifolia var. californica (de Candolle) M. A. Lane
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 451.

Primary stems simple or distally branched. Leaf blades 10–70+ × 3–19+ mm. Involucres: lengths mostly 1–2 times diams. at flowering (living plants). Disc florets: corollas mostly 4–8 mm, tubes 0.6–1.4 mm, glabrous, throats 2.8–5.5 mm, often sparsely puberulent, lobes 0.7–1.2 mm, sparsely to densely glandular-puberulent abaxially, papillate-ciliolate on margins and/or adaxially. Cypselae 2–5 mm, faces puberulent to pilose; pappi 3–8 mm. 2n = 10.


Phenology: Flowering year round, mostly Jul–Nov.
Habitat: Coastal scrub, coastal strand, chaparral, grasslands, coniferous forests, sometimes on serpentine
Elevation: 0–2000(–3000) m

Distribution

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Calif., Oreg., Mexico (Baja California).

Discussion

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

Staci Markos +  and John L. Strother +
(Hooker & Arnott) Nuttall +
Aster filaginifolius +
Calif. +, Oreg. +  and Mexico (Baja California). +
0–2000(–3000) m +
Coastal scrub, coastal strand, chaparral, grasslands, coniferous forests, sometimes on serpentine +
Flowering year round, mostly Jul–Nov. +
Trans. Amer. Philos. Soc., n. s. +
Illustrated +
Corethrogyne californica +, Corethrogyne californica var. lyonii +, Corethrogyne californica var. obovata +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. bernardina +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. brevicula +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. californica +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. glomerata +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. hamiltonensis +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. incana +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. latifolia +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. linifolia +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. peirsonii +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. pinetorum +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. rigida +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. robusta +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. sessilis +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. virgata +, Corethrogyne filaginifolia var. viscidula +, Corethrogyne incana +, Corethrogyne leucophylla +, Corethrogyne linifolia +, Corethrogyne obovata +, Corethrogyne sessilis +, Lessingia filaginifolia +  and Lessingia filaginifolia var. californica +
Corethrogyne filaginifolia +
Corethrogyne +
species +