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*Pombalia parviflora (Mutis ex Linnaeus f.) Paula-Souza. Violetilla. Phen: Chasmogamous flowers: Apr; Jul-Oct. Hab: Disturbed areas, pastures. Dist: Native of South America. First collected in North America in New Jersey in the 19th century; and again in 1998 by Tom Govus at Fort Pulaski National Monument (Chatham County, GA); it is unclear whether this is a recent introduction or an old weed introduced via ship's ballast (Wofford et al. 2004), also introduced in South Africa, and in India (Parthipan 2019).

Origin/Endemic status: South America

Synonymy: = K4, Ballard () (in prep), Ballard, Kartesz, & Nishino (2023), Paula-Souza & Ballard (2014); = Hybanthus parviflorus (Mutis ex L.f.) Baill. – FNA6

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