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EARED FALSE FOXGLOVE
B. S. Slaughter
Tomanthera auriculata of Michigan Flora
Apparently originally native from Ohio, southern Michigan, and southern Wisconsin southward and westward, but rare and local everywhere that it still grows. Collected in Michigan only by the First Survey in a sandy bur oak opening at White Pigeon, St. Joseph Co. (in 1837, MICH) and in dry openings near Edwardsburg, Cass Co. (in 1838, NY).