Teucrium canadense var. canadense
David A. Thumser 9
United States, Michigan, Clinton, Take Mission rd. and S. Crawford to Warner rd. in New Haven. Turn on Warner and follow until Bliss rd. until N Tallman rd. Follow until destination on right side of the road.
43.0798 -84.7606 +-30m.
Found in a floodplain forest on a clump of relatively dry soil.
Found in a patch of similar species. Also some sedge plants nearby.
Plant has a rhizome. Stem is dark brown with 4 angles. Leaves are veined and alternate. Inflorescence at tip in a cone like shape. The stem is 4 angled. Leaves are simple, opposite and toothed. These notes and the odor indicates a mint, lamiaceae. The corolla is irregular, having only a large lower lip. There is no upper lip. The conical shape indicates Teucrium canadase. An upper lip and calex with a rounded bump would've indicated Scutellaria. The Teucrium matches CMC specimen.
Record Id: d73d16f4-cb3b-4ee9-989f-2cd4064c001c
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