CPC Plant Profile: Lanceleaf Arnica
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Lanceleaf Arnica (Arnica lanceolata)

Description
  • Global Rank: G3 - Vulnerable
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • State: AB, BC, CA, ID, ME, MT, NB, NH, NT, NU, NV, NY, OR, QC, UT, VT, WA, WY
  • Nature Serve ID: 141986
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 12/07/2021

Eatons Bur-marigold, is an annual member of the Sunflower Family with small flowering heads that look daisies. It can be distinguished from similar species because it has simple, not compound, leaves, the stalks of the leaves are winged, and its flowering heads only have 7-30 flowers. Eatons Bur-marigold is only found growing in tidal areas, in either marshes or flats in and in either salt or freshwater. (Maine Natural Areas Program, 2013; New England Wildflower Society, 2017). As of 2016, Eatons Bur-marigold was listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN because of its very restricted range (Northeastern America) and the many threats to it persistence, such as habitat degradation, human development and pollution.

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Nomenclature
Taxon Arnica lanceolata
Authority Nutt.
Family Asteraceae
CPC Number 6045
ITIS 36565
USDA ARLA7
Common Names Lanceleaf Arnica | Arnica | Arnica à Aigrettes Brunes
Associated Scientific Names Arnica lanceolata | Arnica petiolaris | Arnica mollis var. petiolaris | Arnica lanceolata subsp. lanceolata
Distribution
State Rank
State State Rank
Alberta SNR/SU
British Columbia SNR/SU
California SNR/SU
Idaho SNR/SU
Maine S2
Montana SNR/SU
New Brunswick S3
New Hampshire S1
Northwest Territories SNR/SU
Nunavut SNR/SU
Nevada SNR/SU
New York SNR
Oregon SNR/SU
Quebec SNR
Utah SNR/SU
Vermont SX
Washington SNR/SU
Wyoming SNR/SU
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