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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaeLiatris asperaRough Blazing-starPrairies, barrens, glades.ON and ND south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris chapmaniiChapman's Blazing-starXeric sands of Florida scrub, longleaf pine sandhills, and pine rocklands.Sw. GA, s. AL (Barger, Spaulding, & Holt 2013), south to s. FL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris cokeriSandhill Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills.Sc. and se. NC south to nc. SC.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris cylindraceaBarrelhead Blazing-starLimestone glades, dry prairies.NY, ON, and MN south to se. TN (Ridge and Valley) (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), nw. GA, and c. AL (Bibb County), and OK.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris elegans var. elegansCommon Elegant Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills, {additional habitats}.SC south to c. peninsular FL, west to TX and OK.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris elegans var. kraliiKral's Elegant Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills.Se. SC (Allendale Co.) south to n. FL and west to s. MS.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris elegantulaLongleaf pine sandhills, other dry woodlands.GA south to n. peninsular FL, west to MS.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris gracilisSlender Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills, dry pine flatwoods, pine rocklands.SC south to s. FL, west to MS.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris helleriHeller's Blazing-starHigh elevation rock outcrops, sometimes on ledges of precipitous cliffs, rocky openings in heath balds.Nw. NC, especially Grandfather Mountain and its southeastern slopes.
AsteraceaeLiatris hirsutaRydberg's Blazing-starGlades and prairies.W. IA and e. NE south to MS, LA, and e. TX; disjunct eastward in nw. GA, se. TN (D. Estes, T. Govus, T. Patrick, M. Medley, R. Ware, pers. comm., 2018), and ne. AL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris laevigataSmooth Blazing-starFlorida scrub, scrubby pine flatwoods, longleaf pine sandhills, pine rocklands.Se. GA (Charlton and Camden counties) (Carter, Baker, & Morris 2009) south to s. FL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris microcephalaSmall-head Blazing-starOutcrops of acidic rocks (sandstone, granite, gneiss), barrens, prairies.W. NC and KY south to w. SC, n. and c. GA, and n. AL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris patensGeorgia Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills and dry flatwoods.SC south to e. Panhandle FL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris paucifloraFew-flower Blazing-starXeric sands of Florida scrub, longleaf pine sandhills.GA (Tatnall Co.) south to c. peninsular FL; alleged by Small (1933) to extend to SC.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris pilosaLongleaf pine sandhills, pine barrens, other xeric forests and woodlands, fields, roadbanks.NJ, DE, and PA south to SC.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris scariosaNorthern Blazing-starShale barrens, dry rock outcrops, roadbanks.PA, MD, and WV south to NC and TN.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris novae-angliae var. nieuwlandiiNieuwland's Blazing-starPrairies, glades, and woodlands.CT, NY, MI, and WI south to PA, WV, IN, IL, and AR.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris secundaSandhill Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills.S. NC south to w. Panhandle FL and s. AL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris resinosaBogs, wet longleaf pine savannas, seepages.NJ south to s. FL, west to LA.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris spicataFlorist's GayfeatherPrairies (calcareous), roadsides, seepages, bogs, grassy balds.MA, ON, and MI, south to GA, AL, MS, and AR.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris squarrosa var. squarrosaDry woodlands, glades, barrens, dry prairies, wet prairies.MD, OH, s. MI, s. IN, s. IL, MO south to Panhandle FL and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris squarrulosaDiabase barrens, other glades and barrens, prairies, longleaf pine sandhills, open woodlands.Nc. NC, s. WV, OH, IN, IL, MO, and OK south to sw. GA, Panhandle FL, AL, MS, LA, and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris tenuifoliaLongleaf pine sandhills.SC south to s. FL, west to AL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris virgataOpen woods, roadbanks.{distribution}. Reported as a state record for ne. TN (Johnson County) (McCullogh 2022).image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris gholsoniiGholson’s Blazing-starMesic sandy sites, steepheads, bluff forests.Narrowly endemic in the FL Panhandle, both east and west of the Apalachicola River.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris oligocephalaCahaba Blazing-star, Cahaba TorchDolomitic Ketona glades.Endemic to Bibb County, c. AL (Allison & Stevens 2001).image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris provincialisLongleaf pine sandhills, scrub, dunes.Endemic to FL Panhandle (Franklin and Wakulla counties)image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris pycnostachya var. pycnostachyaPrairie BlazingstarSandy prairies, other damp to dry, open habitats.N. IN, WI, MN, and ND south to MS, LA, and se. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris pycnostachya var. lasiophyllaHairy Prairie BlazingstarLongleaf pine sandhills and other dry loamy pinelands and oak woodlands.S. MS and se. LA west through w. LA to ne., e., and se. TX. Locally common in the southern Loess Plains on roadsides and loamy longleaf pine woodlands.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris acidotaGulf Coast Blazing-star, Sharp Blazing-starCoastal prairies, pine savannasW. LA and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris aestivalisTexas Blazing-star, Summer GayfeatherShallow soils over limestone.OK south to c. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris bracteataSouth Texas GayfeatherCoastal prairies.Endemic to se. TX, near the coast.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris compactaOuachita Blazing-starGlades and barrens.Endemic to the Ouachita Mountains of sc. AR and e. OK.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris cymosaBranched Gayfeather, Aggie-land GayfeatherPost oak woodlands, roadsides, oak savanna / blackland prairie ecotones, in clay or loamy soils.Endemic to e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris bridgesiiBridges's Elegant Blazing-star, Cream-yellow Blazing-starSandy post oak savannas, longleaf pine sandhills.E. TX, from c. Bastrop County and Travis County northeastwards.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris carizzanaCarizzo Blazing-star, Carizzo Elegant Blazing-starXeric sands of post oak savannas, live oak woodlands, coastal dunes, sandy openings.Se. and s. TX, mainly associated with the Carizzo Formation, from s. Bastrop County, Fayette County, and Calhoun County southwestwards.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris garberiGarber’s Blazing-starPine flatwoods.C. peninsular FL south to s. FL; Bahamas.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris ligulistylisNorthern Plains Blazing-starWet prairies.WI west to SK, south to c. IL, MO and AR (?), NE, and n. UT.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris glandulosaSticky Gayfeather, Sticky Blazing-starLimestone outcrops.Western edge of e. TX prairie region.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris ohlingeraeScrub Blazing-star, Sand-torchFlorida scrub. Usually white sands, occasionally yellow or gray sands.Endemic to c. FL peninsula.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris punctataDotted Blazing-starCalcareous prairies and woodlands.WI, MB, SK, and AB south to w. LA, se. TX, s. TX, NM, and n. Mexico (CHH, COA, NLE, SLP, TAM).image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris mucronataNarrowleaf GayfeatherCalcareous glades, other dry open uplands.MO and KS south through AR and OK to sw. LA and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris savannensisSavanna GayfeatherPine flatwoods.Sw. FL peninsula.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris novae-angliae var. novae-angliaeNew England Blazing-starSandy or rocky fields or woodlandsPA and NJ north to s. ME and NY.
AsteraceaeLiatris squarrosa var. glabrataSandy soils.MN and SD south through IA, NE, MO, KS to w. AR, OK, and ne. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris tenuisGulf Blazing-star, Shinners's Blazing-starLongleaf pine savannas.Nw. LA and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris quadrifloraFour-flowered Blazing-starPine savannas and flatwoods.N. FL south to s. peninsular FL.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris turgidaShale Blazing-starShale barrens, other low elevation outcrops.E. WV and w. VA south to w. NC.image of plant
AsteraceaeLiatris hesperelegansWestern Elegant Blazing-starLongleaf pine sandhills and other dry savannas and woodlands.W. AR, s. AR, and se. OK south to w. LA and e. TX.image of plant

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