Packera dimorphophylla var. intermedia

(T. M. Barkley) Trock & T. M. Barkley

Sida 18: 386. 1998.

EndemicConservation concern
Basionym: Senecio dimorphophyllus var. intermedius T. M. Barkley Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 65: 362. 1963
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 585. Mentioned on page 584.

Plants 30–50 cm. Stems 1 (erect), not branched. Basal leaves: petioles narrowly, if at all, winged, lengths 1–3 times blades; blades suborbiculate to ovate-orbiculate, 1–5+ × 1–4 cm, bases subcordate to truncate. Cauline leaves clasping; subcordate (not auriculate).

Phenology: Flowering early Jul–early Aug.
Habitat: Open areas with damp soils
Elevation: 2500–2800 m


Of conservation concern.

Variety intermedia is known only from subalpine meadows in the La Sal Mountains of eastern Utah. It has been described as “intermediate” between var. dimorphophylla and Packera crocata.

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Lower Taxa