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Eurybia divaricata (Linnaeus) Nesom. Common White Heart-leaved Aster. Phen: Aug-Oct. Hab: Moist to fairly dry forests and woodlands. Dist: N. NH west to s. ON, sw. QC, and n. OH, south to e. NC, c. SC, n. GA, and c. AL.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Taxonomy Comments: The many species described by Burgess and here treated as synonyms may deserve further assessment; see S for details. A diploid species (2n=18).

Synonymy: = FNA20, K1, K3, K4, NE, NY, Pa, Tn, Va, Nesom (1994b); = Aster divaricatus L. – G, Oh3, Lamboy (1987); = Aster divaricatus L. var. divaricatus – C, RAB, SE1, W; > Aster boykinii E.S.Burgess – S; > Aster castaneus E.S.Burgess – S; < Aster divaricatus L. – F, WV; > Aster divaricatus L. – S; > Aster excavatus E.S.Burgess – S; > Aster flexilis E.S.Burgess – S; > Aster stillettiformis E.S.Burgess – S; > Aster tenebrosus E.S.Burgess – S

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