Wild Florida Photo - Liatris tenuifolia

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Liatris tenuifolia


Florida native


There are 15 species of the Liatris genus that occur in Florida and they are often challenging to distinguish from each other. One of these - Liatris gholsonii - was just recognized as a new species in 2002. L. tenuifolia even has a subspecies, var. quadrifolia

Liatris tenuifolia is a member of the Asteraceae - Aster family.

Other species of this genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
  View  Liatris provincialis - GODFREY'S BLAZING STAR
  View  Liatris spicata - DENSE GAYFEATHER
  View  Liatris ohlingerae - FLORIDA GAYFEATHER
  View  Liatris elegans - PINKSCALE GAYFEATHER
  View  Liatris gracilis - SLENDER GAYFEATHER

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