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Volusia County Wildflowers
Mon. May 13, 2019 - 7pm
Piggotte Center, South Daytona, FL
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This tiny wildflower was photographed in the Clark Bay Conservation Area.
A common wildflower of moist hammocks and disturbed sites in most of Florida. Not occurring in the western panhandle. The range of Erigeron quercifolius extends throughout the southeast, west into Louisiana and Arkansas and north into Tennessee and North Carolina. This species is considered an exotic in Virginia.
This small daisy-like flower is over 1 cm (4/10 in.) wide and has over a hundred ray petals. The flowers have yellow disks and the ray petals can be white, pinkish or nearly purple. Blooming season is typically late winter through summer. The elliptic to oblanceolate leaves are hairy, mostly basal and lobed or toothed. The cauline leaves are clasping and reduced above. The stem is villous-hirsute.
The only other fleabane species in Florida with over 100 ray petals is Erigeron philadelphicus - Philadelphia fleabane - which occurs mostly in counties where E. quercifolius is not found.
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