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Species Symphyotrichum lateriflorum of the Asteraceae family

Map location of specimens of species Symphyotrichum lateriflorum from the Asteraceae family.

Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 27, 2013 (, Updated )

Garden weed. Ray florets white, disk florets yellow, fading to purple.

90.0° 18.0’ 7.0” S38.0° 36.0’ 21.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 24, 2012 (, Updated )

Ray florets white; disk florets yellow, fading to light purple.

90.0° 15.0’ 26.0” S36.0° 54.0’ 43.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 24, 2012 (, Updated )

Ray florets white, disk florets yellow turning purple with age.

90.0° 15.0’ 30.0” S36.0° 54.0’ 29.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 30, 2011 (, Updated )

Ray florets white, ray florets first yellow, then purplish in age.

90.0° 15.0’ 47.0” S38.0° 54.0’ 28.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 9, 2011 (, Updated )

Plants strongly rhizomatous and formimg huge colonies. Ray florets white; disc florets yellow, turning reddish in age. A few individuals with blue rays in this population of otherwise white-flowered plants.

89.0° 43.0’ 41.0” S37.0° 49.0’ 37.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 9, 2011 (, Updated )

Individul with blue ray florets; disc florets yellow. However, most plants in this population have white rays.Plants strongly rhizomatous. Forming huge colonies of white-flowered individuals; only a few plants with blue ray flowers.

89.0° 43.0’ 41.0” S37.0° 49.0’ 37.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Symphyotrichum lateriflorum

October 7, 2007 (, Updated )

Strongly rhizomatous; ray florets white; disc florets yellow.

90.0° 18.0’ 20.0” S38.0° 34.0’ 30.0” E

Gerrit Davidse

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Synonyms: Aster lateriflorus and Solidago lateriflora.

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