omphaliaster in 1971. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, jump to navigation, jump to search. Latest Aster borealis Reviews Footnotes. The botanical name epithet for Aster borealis ( antikvariat stockholm norrtullsgatan borealis ) means 'from the North'. Coefficient of Wetness: -5, wetness Index: OBL, physiognomy: Nt P-Forb, aster borealis of, michigan Flora. First described in 1967. Absent/Unreported, native, No County Data, introduced, No County Data, both, No County Data. Rare Iowa Aster junciformis rush aster Threatened New Jersey Aster borealis rush aster Endangered New York Aster borealis rush aster Threatened Pennsylvania Aster borealis rush aster Endangered Washington Aster borealis rush aster Threatened Interpreting Wetland Status North America Alaska OBL Arid West OBL Eastern Mountains.
Range map for Rush, aster (Symphyotrichum boreale) please note: A coloured Province or State means this species occurs somewhere in that Province/State.
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Aster borealis of Michigan Flora.
Common names are from state and federal lists. You are here: Home / Plant Profile, symphyotrichum boreale (Torr. Huron County, ingham County, ionia County, jackson County. References edit, external links edit. Native Status: L48, aK, hI, pR, vI, nAV, cAN. This plant info is provided by the myfolia gardener's wiki. About our new maps, native, introduced, both. Fens, bogs, open conifer swamps (cedar, tamarack, spruce wet, often sedgy, sand flats, shores, meadows, and swales. Clair County Washtenaw County Wexford County Citation: michigan flora online. Click on a place name to get a complete protected plant list for that location. Its scientific name is, aster borealis. Days, aster borealis Etymology, the botanical epithet is from the Latin borealis meaning from the North, other names for Aster borealis Aster borealis (Torr.
Fens, bogs, open conifer swamps (cedar, tamarack, spruce wet, often sedgy, sand flats, shores, meadows, and swales.
The report of this species in MA (e.g., Sorrie and Somers 1999) is based on a collection of Symphyotrichum novi-belgii var.
Aster borealis is part of the, aster genus.