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Glandularia canadensis (L.) Nutt.
Herbarium:Austin Peay State University Herbarium (APSC)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Currently Accepted Name:Glandularia canadensis (L.) Nutt.
Herbarium Name Used:Glandularia canadensis
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Cumberland: Burkesville: Judio Creek, Sewell family farm. Elliott Sewell Road (a.k.a. Volcano Road). Near active ctude oil tank and inactive pump jack.
Description:Flowers deep purplish pink. Plants erect to at least 1.5 feet tall. Leaves deep green. All other plants past bloom. Possibly an example of the Cumberland River rose verbena (Glandularia species 1, Weakley 2012) reported as morphologically distinct from G. canadensis (L.) Nuttall by L.D. Estes (APSC). G. canadensis was previosly designated as state historic by the Kentucky State Nature Presevres Commission; it is now state endangered after the discovery of this population by S.Y.S. Sewell (then reported as G. canadensis) and another in the county in spring of 2010. This population has been noted for at leats ten years by the landowners. 
Habitat:Old field/wood edge. Underlying rock is limestone. Associates: Campanula americana, Silene virginica, Verbesina alternifolia, Lespedeza cuneata, Erigeron sp., Achillea millefolium, Matelea carolensis.
Elevation:203 m
Collector:Jamil A. Sewell 2
Date:8 June 2012
Accession No:APSC0000792

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