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Steironema lewisii (D. Estes, J.T. Shaw, & Mausert-Mooney) Weakley & Poindexter. Lewis’s Loosestrife. Phen: May-Aug; Jul-Sep. Hab: Dry oak-hickory woodlands on ridges and upper slopes in dry, cherty, acid soils. Dist: Endemic to Lewis and Maury counties, TN and Blount County, AL.

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: See Estes, Shaw, & Mausert-Mooney (2015) for detailed information on the species, and Weakley & Poindexter (2022) for its transfer to Steironema.

Synonymy: = Weakley & Poindexter (2022) in Weakley et al (2022); = Lysimachia lewisii D.Estes, J.T.Shaw, & Maus.-Moon. – K4, Tn, Estes, Shaw, & Mausert-Mooney (2015); = n/a – FNA8

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