Omalotheca sylvatica

Family:Asteraceae
Species:Omalotheca sylvatica (L.) Schultz-Bip. & F.W. Schultz
Common Name:woodland arctic cudweed
Habitat:Mostly confined to the northern part of the state. It generally grows in weedy situation such as in and along logging roads, cut forests, and occasionally lawns. It seems to grow best in logging roads that are not shaded and that are covered with low graminoids. Although it grows in weedy areas it is not very weedy itself and does not form dense patches or large populations. It is probably more common in the Adirondacks then previous collections indicate.
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Growth Habit:Forb/herb
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Category:Vascular
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Status:Native, Endangered-State, S1 (State Rank), G3G4 (Global Rank)
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Classification

Division Magnoliophyta - Flowering Plants
Class Magnoliopsida
Sub Class Asteridae
Order Asterales
FamilyAsteraceae
Genus Omalotheca
Species Omalotheca sylvatica (L.) Schultz-Bip. & F.W. Schultz - woodland arctic cudweed

Citation

Citation Omalotheca sylvatica (Linnaeus) Schultz-Bipontinus & F. W. Schultz in F. W. Schultz, Arch. Fl. 311. 1861.
Basionym: Gnaphalium sylvaticum Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 856. 1753.
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Source

CountyYearHerbariaNotesSubmission Info
Herkimer1898 NY
Herbarium Name Used: Gnaphalium sylvaticum
   
Herkimer1989 NYS
Herbarium Name Used: Gnaphalium sylvaticum
   
Herkimer  NYFA_1990    
Herkimer1989 NY
Herbarium Name Used: Gnaphalium sylvaticum
   

Synonyms

SynonymFull CitationBasionymTypeNotes
Gnaphalium sylvaticum Gnaphalium sylvaticum Linnaeus