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Coefficient of Wetness:
Not known from Michigan until 1991, when collected by A. A. Reznicek and M. R. Penskar in moist or wet prairie/savanna in Wayne Co. The next two years, discovered by them and by W. W. Brodowicz to be locally common in intermittent wet borrow pits, disturbed sandy soil, and prairie/oak savanna in both Monroe and Wayne Cos.
This is a very distinctive much-branched, pubescent, little annual, with tiny bluish pink flowers on slender axillary pedicels.