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Purple Rattlesnakeroot

Nabalus racemosus


Little is known regarding the biology of Nabalus racemosus. It typically flowers in August and September, and dispersal by water or wind is probable. An increase in flowering has been observed following spring fires in Minnesota prairie populations. Parasitic fungi have been recorded from plants in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on Sep 13, 2015
Submitted on Oct 19, 2016

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