Clematis versicolor

Species:Clematis versicolor Small ex Rydb.
Common Name:Pale Leather Flower
Habitat:Rocky ledges above rivers in north Alabama.
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Growth Habit:Herb
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Plant Notes:**
Taxonomic Notes:First reported new to Alabama by Barger et al (2019) based on Barger #2903 (25 May 2012) from the Elk River in Limestone County.
References:Barger, T.W., A. Cressler, B. Finzel, A. Highland, W.M. Knapp, F. Nation, A.R. Schotz, D.D. Spaulding, and C.T. Taylor. New and noteworthy vascular plants records for Alabama. Phytoneuron 2019-16: 1-7.

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FamilyRANUNCULACEAE - Buttercup/Crowfoot family
Genus Clematis
Species Clematis versicolor Small ex Rydb. - Pale Leather Flower


Citation Clematis versicolor Small ex Rydberg, Man. Fl. N. States 421. 1901.
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Type: MISSOURI: McDonald Co.: dry rocky ledges, 24 Jul 1893, Bush s.n. (holotype: NY).

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SynonymFull CitationBasionymType
Viorna versicolor    

Specimens and Distribution

No specimens exist for this species.