Packera glabella

Packera glabella


image_width = 240px
image_caption = Butterweed
regnum = Plantae
divisio = Magnoliophyta
classis = Magnoliopsida
ordo = Asterales
subfamilia = Asteroideae
familia = Asteraceae
tribus = Senecioneae
genus = "Packera"
species = "P. glabella"
binomial = "Packera glabella"cite web
url =
title = PLANTS Profile, "Packera glabella" (Poir.) C. Jeffrey
accessdate = 2008-04-22
author = Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
authorlink = Natural Resources Conservation Service
format = HTML
work = The PLANTS Database
publisher = United States Department of Agriculture,
binomial_authority = (Poir.) C. Jeffrey
synonyms = "Senecio glabellus" Pior. "Senecio lobatus" Pers.cite web
url =
title = "Packera glabella" (Poir) C. Jeffrey
accessdate = 2008-04-01
authorlink = Integrated Taxonomic Information System
author =Integrated Taxonomic Information System Organization (ITIS)
date = 1999
format = HTML
work = Integrated Taxonomic Information System on-line database
] "Senecio carolinianus" Spreng. "Senecio densiflorus" Mart. "Senecio lobatus" Pers. "Senecio lyratus" Michx. "Senecio mississipianus" DC.cite journal
last =Flora of North America
authorlink =Flora of North America
title = 22. "Packera glabella" (Poiret) C. Jeffrey, Kew Bull. 47: 101. 1992.
volume =20
pages =548, 575, 585, "588", 601
url =
accessdate = 2008-04-22

"Packera glabella" (formerly "Senecio glabellus") is one of several plants with the common name butterweed, this one has also been called cressleaf groundsel and yellowtop. It is native to central and southeastern North America.cite web
url =
title = Taxon: "Packera glabella" (Poiret) C. Jeffrey
accessdate = 2008-04-22
author = Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN)
authorlink = Germplasm Resources Information Network
date = 2007-05-03
format = HTML
work = Taxonomy for Plants
publisher = USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program, National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland


Butterweed is found from Texas north to South Dakota and east to Ohio with a disjunct population in Delaware. It grows in clay and loam soils in disturbed areas and in prairie and floodplain habitats.

;Native:Nearctic: ::Northeastern U.S.A.: Indiana::North-Central U.S.A.: Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma::Southeastern U.S.A.: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina::South-Central U.S.A.: Texas


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