The following plants are new or little known to the flora of Iowa: Lechea tenuijolia Mx. Van Buren County. Common in sandy soil. July. Circaea alpina L. Clayton County. Deep woods along the Mississippi River. Rare as compared with C. lutetiana L. July. Collinsia verna Nutt. Jefferson County. Frequent. Gilia linearis Gray. Decatur County. Frequent in prairie soil. June. Inula helenium L. Johnson County. Common locally where it has been observed for many years. Corallorhiza Odontorhiza Nutt. Reported in Natural Science Bulletin of the State University of Iowa (Vol. 3, No. 4) as new and rare.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences
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Fitzpatrick, T. J.
"New or Little Known Plants,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 4(1), 108-108.
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