Where is Earleaf False Foxglove (Agalinis auriculata)
located in the wild?
Historically known to occur in mesic to wet-mesic tallgrass prairie (IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, OK & WI), blackland prairie (AL, AR, MS & TX), and prairie-like glades, barrens, and openings (IN, KY, OH, SC, TN & VA). Historical occurrences in MD and PA (Pennell 1928 and 1935) appear to correspond with the distribution of serpentine rock outcrops and associated barrens and grassland vegetation (Tyndall and Hull 1999). Information on habitat and ecology of historical occurrences in DC, NJ, & WV is lacking. Habitat of extant occurrences typically exhibits disturbance, and often has woody vegetation encroaching. A number of extant occurrences are associated with degraded prairie pastures, formerly cultivated fields, roadsides and floodplains.
Historically widespread distribution centered in the tallgrass prairie region of MO, eastern OK, eastern KS, eastern IA, and IL, with scattered occurrences in TX, AR, MS, AL, TN, KY, SC, VA, MD, DC, N
States & Provinces:
Earleaf False Foxglove can be found in Alabama, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Tennessee Valley Authority, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin