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Bransford, W.D. and Dolphia
Tetraneuris acaulis (Pursh) Greene
Stemless four-nerve daisy, Stemless Hymenoxys
USDA Symbol: teac
USDA Native Status: Native to U.S.
From tufted basal leaves grow short leafless flower stalks ending with one yellow flower head.
This common species is highly variable, reaching its greatest complexity in Wyoming and western Colorado. A few plants may lack rays, some are very hairy, others nearly hairless; most have no stems below the flower stalk, but some do.
Plant CharacteristicsDuration: Perennial Habit: Herb Flower:
Bloom InformationBloom Time: Jun , Jul , Aug , Sep
AZ , CA , CO , ID , KS , MT , ND , NE , NM , NV , OK , SD , TX , UT , WY Canada: SK Native Distribution:
S. Idaho to se. California; eastward to Texas, Ohio, North Dakota, and c. Canada. Native Habitat:
Open dry hillsides and dry plains. USDA Native Status: L48(N), CAN(N)
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Record Modified: 2013-04-10
Research By: TWC Staff