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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A biennial wildflower of many sandy places including sandhills, riverbanks, dunes, oak scrub and ruderal sites throughout much of the peninsula. The range includes the Carolinas, Alabama and Mississippi.
The yellow ray and disk flowers appear in an open branched corymbose inflorescence, below which the plant is usually unbranched. Stem leaves alternate, entire, sessile and linear to narrowly spatulate. Basal leaves spatulate to obovate. Entire plant is sticky and odiferous.
Other species of the Chrysopsis genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Chrysopsis subulata - SCRUBLAND GOLDENASTER
View Chrysopsis gossypina var. cruiseana - CRUISE'S GOLDENASTER
View Chrysopsis lanuginosa - LYNN HAVEN GOLDENASTER
View Chrysopsis godfreyi - GODFREY'S GOLDENASTER
Date record last modified:
Aug 07, 2016