Dipsacus laciniatus L.
Common Name: CUT-LEAF TEASEL
Coefficient of Conservatism: *
Coefficient of Wetness: 3
Wetness Index: FACU
Physiognomy: Ad B-Forb

Roadsides and railroads, ditches, river banks, clearings and sandy disturbed ground. Spreading rapidly along highways in recent years, although known from banks of the Red Cedar River in East Lansing, Ingham Co., as early as 1894.

A conspicuous tall plant, often 2–3 m or even more in height, with strongly ascending branches. The connate bases of the cauline leaves form a conspicuous cup ca. 1.5–7 (–13) cm deep around the stem at some nodes.

Locations

Alpena County
Berrien County
Dickinson County
Genesee County
Hillsdale County
Ingham County
Kalamazoo County
Leelanau County
Lenawee County
Monroe County
Montmorency County
St. Clair County
Washtenaw County
Wayne County

Citation:

MICHIGAN FLORA ONLINE. A. A. Reznicek, E. G. Voss, & B. S. Walters. February 2011. University of Michigan. Web. December 13, 2017. http://michiganflora.net/species.aspx?id=1172.