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Crataegus ×mohrii Beadle. Mohr’s Hawthorn. Phen: May; Sept.-Oct. Hab: Hardwood and pine-hardwood forest understories. Dist: Rare and sporadic from MS to GA, n. to TN.

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: The combination of short (2-4 cm), suborbicular terminal shoot leaves and 3-5 styles suggests an affinity to C. reverchonii Sargent, as per Phipps (2014d); alternatively, C. ×mohrii could be considered an intraserial intermediate of C. reverchonii and another member of Crus-galli, due to range considerations and its pilose inflorescences and yellow anthers.

Synonymy: = Crataegus mohrii Beadle – F, K1, S; = Crataegus reverchonii Sarg. var. mohrii (Beadle) J.B.Phipps – FNA9, Lance (2014); < Crataegus reverchonii Sarg. – Tn

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