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Crataegus compacta Sargent. Clustered Hawthorn. Phen: May; Sep-Oct. Hab: Rocky hardwood forests, mountain pastures. Dist: NY, ONT, and MI, south to w. VA, WV, OH. This northern species is known in VA from only 3 counties.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Other Comments: It is allied to the more southerly-distributed C. pruinosa var. gattingeri in its similarly small anthers (< 1 mm), but differing in its more compact inflorescences and long-petioled leaves with crenate-serrulate margins.

Synonymy: = F, FNA9, G, Mi, Lance (2014); < Crataegus pruinosa (H.L.Wendl.) K.Koch – Pa

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