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Tetraneuris herbacea - Wikipedia


Tetraneuris herbacea is a rare species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common names eastern fournerved daisy, lakeside daisy, fournerved ...

Lakeside Daisy - ODNR Division of Natural Areas & Preserves


Lakeside Daisy State Nature Preserve encompasses 19 acres of old limestone quarried land on the Marblehead Peninsula of Lake Erie in Ottawa County.

USFWS: Lakeside Daisy


Oct 15, 2015 ... Status: Threatened. Habitat: This plant is found in dry, rocky prairie grassland underlain by limestone. It requires open sites with full sun.

Lakeside Daisy - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


The Lakeside Daisy is a federally threatened species. Threatened species are animals and plants that are likely to become endangered in the foreseeable future ...

Hymenoxys herbacea - lakeside daisy - Michigan Natural Features ...


Lakeside daisy, Page 1. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec. Best Survey Period. State Distribution. Hymenoxys herbacea (E.L. Greene) Cronq.

Tetraneuris herbacea (Lakeside daisy) - MNFI Rare Species Explorer


Perennial forb (40 cm) of moist calcareous rocky soils; leaves narrow and dark green, forming a dense basal rosette; flowers daisy-like, solitary, borne on stout, ...

Lakeside Daisy (Tetraneuris herbacea) - Illinois Wildflowers


Lakeside Daisy Tetraneuris herbacea. Aster family (Asteraceae). Description: This perennial wildflower consists of a rosette, or clustered rosettes, of basal ...

Plants Profile for Tetraneuris herbacea (eastern fournerved daisy)


General; Images; Synonyms; Classification; Legal Status; Related Links. Tetraneuris herbacea Greene Show All Show Tabs eastern fournerved daisy ...

Lakeside Daisy - Chicago State University


Recovery Plan for the Lakeside Daisy. Prepared by. Marcella M. DeMauro. Forest Preserve District of Will County. Joliet, Illinois for. Region 3. U.S. Fish and ...

Lakeside daisy | Ontario.ca


Jul 17, 2014 ... Lakeside daisy is a small perennial plant in the aster family that reaches up to 35 centimetres in height. Dark green, toothless leaves surround ...