Monarda serotina (provisional name)

ClassificationFlowering Plants
Family (Traditional)
SpeciesMonarda serotina (provisional name)
Common Name
Growth HabitForb
Plant NotesThis name is provisional and has not yet been published. It has been found most frequent west of the Appalachians (AL, KY, IL, IN, MO, OH, TN) but also scattered further east (D.C.), DE, MD, NC, PA, W.Va.). In Indiana, it has been observed in Allen County, at Mounds State Park in Madison County, and at Potato Creek State Park in St. Joseph County. A somewhat indistinct, broad-leaved form of fistulosa, generally intermediate between fistulosa and clinopodia, with probable hybrid origin. The tip of the upper lip of the flower lacks hairs, whereas those of M. fistulosa have short hairs. The heads are often in two verticels, whereas those of M. fistulsa are single. M. serotina is more of a floodplain or wet-mesic woods species, whereas M. fistulosa is more open areas, typically on the mesic to dry-mesic side.
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Specimens and Distribution

This species has been reported in the following counties by the herbaria listed. An overview of the individual specimens are provided in the table that follows. Click on an accession number to view full details; click on column headers to sort.

Counties included on distribution map: Allen, St. Joseph

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Range of years during which specimens were collected: -

Accession No. (click for full details) County Coll. Date Collector &
Collection No.
Herbarium &
Herbarium Name Used
156523 Allen 6/28/2016 Scott Namestnik
Monarda serotina
156879 St. Joseph 07/12/2020 Scott Namestnik
Monarda serotina (provisional name)
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