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Loughmiller, Campbell and Lynn
Tetraneuris linearifolia (Hook.) Greene
Fineleaf fournerved daisy
USDA Symbol: TELI3
USDA Native Status: Native to U.S.
The few leaves are at the base, 2 inches long, forming a rosette. The 5-inch stem is leafless and bears 1 yellow flower head that has 6–15 ray flowers. They are toothed, with 4 veins that converge at the tip. We found Four-nerved daisy between San Vicente and the Chisos Mountains, in Big Bend National Park, in April. They grow larger under more favorable conditions
Plant CharacteristicsDuration: Annual Habit: Herb Flower:
Bloom InformationBloom Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Apr , May , Jun , Jul
KS , NM , OK , TX USDA Native Status: L48(N)
Herbarium Specimen(s)NPSOT 1079
Collected Jun 10, 1996 in Bexar County by Mike FoxNPSOT 0215
Collected May 6, 1992 in Comal County by Mary Beth WhiteNPSOT 0836
Collected Jun 22, 1994 in Bexar County by Mike Fox
Wildflower Center Seed BankLBJWC-17
Collected 2006-04-21 in Travis County by Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
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Record Modified: 2007-01-01
Research By: TWC Staff