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Solidago uliginosa Nutt.
BOG GOLDENROD
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Aphididae  Uroleucon ( @ NCSU (3)
Coleosporiaceae  Coleosporium asterum @ BPI (3)

Coleosporium solidaginis @ BPI (5)

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41. Solidago uliginosa Nuttall, J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia. 7: 101. 1834.

Bog goldenrod , verge d'or des marais

Aster terrae-novae (Torrey & A. Gray) Kuntze; A. uliginosus (Nuttall) Kuntze; A. uniligulata (de Candolle) Kuntze; Bigelowia uniligulata de Candolle ; Chrysoma uniligulata (de Candolle) Nuttall; Solidago humilis Pursh 1813, not Miller 1768; S. humilis var. abbei B. Boivin ; S. humilis var. microcephala Porter; S. humilis var. peracuta Fernald; S. humilis var. reducta Farwell; S. klughii Fernald; S. linoides Torrey & A. Gray; S. neglecta Torrey & A. Gray; S. neglecta var. linoides (Torrey & A. Gray) A. Gray; S. neglecta var. simulata Farwell; S. neglecta var. uniligulata (de Candolle) Britton, Stern & Poggenburg; S. purshii Porter; S. simulans Fernald ; S. terrae-novae Torrey & A. Gray; S. uliginosa var. levipes (Fernald) Fernald; S. uliginosa var. linoides (Torrey & A. Gray) Fernald; S. uliginosa var. peracuta (Fernald) Friesner; S. uliginosa var. terrae-novae (Torrey & A. Gray) Fernald; S. uniligulata (de Candolle) Porter; S. uniligulata var. levipes Fernald; S. uniligulata var. neglecta (Torrey & A. Gray) Fernald; S. uniligulata var. terrae-novae (Torrey & A. Gray) Fernald; S. virgaurea Linnaeus var. humilis A. Gray

Plants 30—120(—200) cm; rhizomes branched, elongate, thick. Stems usually 1, erect, glabrous, short hispido-strigose in arrays. Leaves: basal and proximal cauline tapering to long petioles that partially sheath stems; blades oblanceolate, 100—350 × 5—60 mm, margins subentire to serrate, apices acute; mid to distal sessile, not sheathing stems, blades lanceolate, 20—50 × 5—10 mm, much reduced distally, margins entire. Heads 35—230 in elongate paniculiform arrays, sometimes narrow and secund pyramidal, usually narrowly to broadly, non-secund thyrsiform; branches strongly ascending with non-secund heads to arching with heads secund. Peduncles 1—4 mm, glabrous or sparsely strigose. Involucres 3—5 mm. Phyllaries (14—18) in 3—5 series, unequal, usually apically ciliate; outer ovate, acute, inner linear-oblong, obtuse. Ray florets 1—8 (moderately conspicuous); laminae 3.2—3.7 × 0.4—0.6 mm. Disc florets 6—8; corollas 4.6—5 mm, lobes 0.6—1 mm. Cypselae 1—2 mm, glabrous or sparsely strigillose; pappi 2.7—3 mm (weakly clavate). 2 n = 18, 36.

Flowering Aug—Sep. Bogs and wet areas, marshes, sometimes in wet woods; 0—1500+ m; St. Pierre and Miquelon; Man., N.B., Nfld. and Labr. , N.S., Ont., P.E.I., Que.; Ala., Conn., Del., Ga., Ill., Ind., Maine, Mich., Minn., N.H., N.Y., N.C., Pa., Tenn., Vt., Va., W.Va., Wis.

Solidago uliginosa is highly variable in stem height and the size of the array, which are greatly influenced by growing conditions. A. Cronquist (1980) treated S. simulans as a "broad-leaved extreme of S. gracillima , approaching S. uliginosa ." These plants come from a distinctive habitat in western North Carolina, south of more typical populations of S. uliginosa ; it might warrant recognition as a narrowly distributed endemic. In the north, several different tetraploid races within the species appear to be derived separately from diploids in the eastern and the Great Lakes portion of the range.

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