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Luc Brouillet +, John C. Semple +, Geraldine A. Allen +, Kenton L. Chambers +  and Scott D. Sundberg† +
North America +, Mexico +, West Indies +, Central America +, South America +, e Eurasia +  and introduced in Europe. +
Greek symphysis, junction, and trichos, hair, perhaps alluding to a perceived basal connation of bristles in the European cultivar used by Nees as the type +
Gen. Sp. Aster., +
Aster sect. Heterastrum +  and Aster subg. Symphyotrichum +
Symphyotrichum +
Asteraceae tribe Astereae +