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Eight new plant distributional records to Alleghany County, North Carolina


, : Eight new plant distributional records to Alleghany County, North Carolina. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 122(3): 101-105

Eight vascular plants new to Alleghany County, North Carolina are described. The exotic hybrid Populus X canescens is reported for the first time in NC. Three other taxa, Cardamine impatiens, Cymbalaria muralis ssp. muralis, and Lapsana communis are reported for only the second time. All three of these taxa are currently introduced and non-invasive, while another exotic, Fatoua villosa, has not been previously documented in any montane region of the state. The remaining records, Populus grandidentata, Maclura pomifera, and Phoradendron serotinum ssp. serotinum, consist of species native to the United States, but highly uncommon in the mountains of North Carolina.

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