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Lilium catesbyi Walter. Pine Lily, Catesby's Lily, Leopard Lily. Phen: Mid Jun-Sep (-Nov); Sep-Nov. Hab: Pine savannas, sandhill seeps. Dist: Se. NC south to s. FL and west to e. LA, on the Coastal Plain.

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: Traditionally spelled 'catesbaei', this is necessarily corrected to 'catesbyi' under provisions of the Code (Weakley & Poindexter 2020b).

Synonymy: = Weakley & Poindexter (2020a) in Weakley et al (2020); = Lilium catesbaei Walter – FNA26, GW1, S, Va, WH3; > Lilium catesbaei Walter ssp. asperellum Wherry – K1, K4, misspelling; > Lilium catesbaei Walter ssp. asprellum – Wherry (1946); > Lilium catesbaei Walter ssp. catesbaei – K1, K4; > Lilium catesbaei Walter ssp. longii (Fernald) Wherry – Wherry (1946); > Lilium catesbaei Walter ssp. typicum – Wherry (1946); > Lilium catesbaei Walter var. asprellum Wherry; > Lilium catesbaei Walter var. catesbaei – C, F, RAB; > Lilium catesbaei Walter var. longii Fernald – C, F, G, RAB

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