Crataegus succulenta var. neofluvialis

(Ashe) E. J. Palmer

in E. J. Dole, Fl. Vermont ed. 3, 155. 1937.

Basionym: Crataegus neofluvialis Ashe J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 16: 71. 1900 (as neo-fluvialis)
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 9. Treatment on page 519. Mentioned on page 520.

Leaves: blade elliptic to rhombic-elliptic or narrowly ovate, proportionately narrow (1.6–2:1). Inflorescence branches glabrate. Anthers red or pink. Pomes 7–10 mm diam.

Phenology: Flowering Apr–May; fruiting Sep–Oct.
Habitat: Brush, field margins, open woodlands
Elevation: 100–1600 m


Variety neofluvialis is sporadic in occurrence. It is an extreme form of Crataegus succulenta with regard to leaf proportions.

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Lower Taxa