Hypericum drummondii (Grev. & Hook.) Torr. & A. Gray

Nits And Lice

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STATS

Native
CC = 4
CW = 3
MOC = 62

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Family - Clusiaceae

Stems - No info yet.

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Leaves - No info yet.

Inflorescence - No info yet.

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Flowers - No info yet.

Hypericum_drummondii_calyx.jpg Calyx.

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Hypericum_drummondii_fruit.jpg Immature fruit.

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Flowering - June - September.

Habitat - Fallow fields, prairies, glades, gravel bars, dry open woods. Usually on acid soils.

Origin - Native to U.S.

Other info. - This little species can be found in much of Missouri but is absent in the northwestern 1/3 of the state. The plant is easy to identify because of its small size, much-branched stems, small yellow flowers, and linear, opposite leaves.

Photographs taken off Lee Rd 54, Lee County, AL., 8-24-04.