Eupatorium recurvans Small. Phen: Aug-Oct. Hab: Longleaf pine sandhills, other dry, sandy habitats, moist savannas. Dist: Se. NC south to GA and s. FL.
Origin/Endemic status: Endemic
Other Comments: The diploid sexual E. recurvans (sensu stricto) is rare north of FL; Godfrey & Wooten (1991) gave its range as se. and sc. GA and FL. E. mohrii is believed to be a triploid and tetraploid, apomictic derivative of the hybrid E. recurvans × rotundifolium; it is more widespread.
Synonymy: = GW2, S; < Eupatorium mohrii Greene – C, FNA21, K1, K3, SE1, WH3, Schilling & Grubbs (2016); < Eupatorium recurvans Small – RAB, (also see E. anomalum and E. mohrii)