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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaeMarshallia angustifoliaGulf Coast Barbara's-buttonsPine savannas, seepage bogs.E. GA south to c. peninsular FL, west to e. TX; historically disjunct on (likely) the eastern Highland Rim (where mapped here) or Cumberland Plateau of e. TN (Michaux's type came from TN).image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia caespitosa var. caespitosaSeep MarshalliaClayey prairies and limestone outcrops.S. MO and se. KS south to w. LA and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia caespitosa var. signataOK south to s. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia graminifoliaGrassleaf Barbara's-buttonsPine savannas.Ne. NC south to se. SC, and rarely to e. GA (Emanuel County) (Sorrie 1998b).image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia grandifloraBlue Ridge Barbara's-buttons, Large-flowered Barbara's-buttonsHabitat uncertain: "borders of swamp", "damp soil", "dry soil".Endemic to sw. NC; perhaps extinct.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia legrandiiOak Barrens Barbara's-buttons, Tall MarshalliaDiabase barrens and fire-maintained woodlands over greenstone.This species is known from two extant and two extirpated populations, in Granville County, NC and Halifax Co. VA, where associated with numerous rare and disjunct taxa of prairie or barren affinities: Solidago ptarmicoides, Solidago jacksonii, Symphyotrichum depauperatum, Echinacea laevigata, Silphium terebinthinaceum, Baptisia aberrans, Linum sulcatum, Carex meadii, Eryngium yuccifolium var. yuccifolium, Scutellaria leonardii, Lithospermum canescens, and others.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia mohriiCoosa Barbara's-buttonsSandstone, limestone, and dolostone glades, calcareous prairies.Nw. GA and n. and c. AL.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia obovata var. obovataPiedmont Barbara's-buttons, Spoon-leaved Barbara's-buttons, Piedmont MarshalliaClay flats, woodland borders, dry woodlands, sandy riverbanks.Sc. VA south to se. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), sw. GA, Panhandle FL, and c. AL, primarily in the Piedmont.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia obovata var. scaposaSandhill MarshalliaLongleaf pine savannas, flatwoods, and moister longleaf pine sandhills (such as 'pea swales').E. NC south to se. AL (?), in the Coastal Plain.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia pulchraBeautiful Barbara’s-buttons, Monongahela Barbara’s-buttons, Beautiful MarshalliaHigh energy river scour and/or ice scour on sandy or rocky riverbanks and cobblebars.Sw. PA south to sw. NC, e. TN (Cumberland Plateau) (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), and se. KY; notably on the Big South Fork, Casselman, Cumberland, Obed, Tygart, and Youghiogheny.image of plant
AsteraceaeMarshallia ramosaPineland Barbara's-buttons, Southern Barbara's-buttonsPinelands, Altamaha Grit outcrops, woodlands over ultramafic rocks.Coastal Plain from e. GA south to ne. FL and Panhandle FL
AsteraceaeMarshallia species 1Mountain MarshalliaScour prairies, other prairies and glades.Endemic to the Interior Highlands of s. MO (Ozark County) and c. and n. AR (Perry, Pulaski, and Sharp counties).
AsteraceaeMarshallia trinerviaColonial Barbara's-buttons, Broadleaf Barbara's-buttonsMoist rocky streambanks and in calcareous clays, more often in shady habitats than its congeners.C. TN, south to s. AL and s. MS (Sorrie & Leonard 1999) and e. and w. LA(!). Reported for VA by C; the documentation is unknown. Michaux gave his Persoonia latifolia as "Habitat in montosis Carolinæ". The only moderately recent NC record (Macon County) appears to be from the yard of the director of the Highlands Biological Station at the time; other herbarium specimens from his property are of clearly cultivated material. The SC record from Walter seems dubious on biogeographic grounds; the only other purported SC specimen (from 1973) is misidentified.image of plant

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