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Lithospermum onosmodium J.I. Cohen. Southwestern Marbleseed. Phen: May-Jul. Hab: Rocky barrens and woodlands, glades. Dist: Wc. and sw. AR and e. OK south to c. and se. TX and sw. LA; disjunct eastwards in TN.

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: As explained by Cohen & Davis (2011) and Cohen (2022), Lithospermum bejariense A.L.P.P. de Candolle is a synonym of Lithospermum caroliniense, and Onosmodium bejariense A.L.P.P. de Candolle (a different plant), received a nomen novum when transferred to Lithospermum (because blocked by Lithospermum bejariense A.L.P.P. de Candolle): Lithospermum onosmodium J.I. Cohen.

Synonymy: = Cohen & Davis (2009), Cohen (2022); = Lithospermum bejariense A.DC. – Tn, misapplication; = n/a – C; = Onosmodium bejariense A.DC. – Tx; = Onosmodium bejariense A.DC. ssp. behariense – Turner (1995a); = Onosmodium bejariense A.DC. var. bejariense – Ar, NcTx; < Lithospermum molle (Michx.) Muhl. – K4

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image of plant© Alan Cressler: Onosmodium molle ssp. occidentale, cedar glade 6, Chickamauga And Chattanooga National Military Park, Catoosa County, Georgia 1 by Alan Cressler source | Original Image ⭷


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