The Doellingeria Nees genus

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aug_08_11.gthmb can't be loaded. The Doellingeria genus of the Asteraceae family includes only three species all native to eastern North America. The genus is distinguished by: The plants of the genus have glabrous or sparsely strigose erect stems. Their leaves are alternate and entire. The flower heads are in flat-topped corymbiform arrays. The phyllaries are in 3 to 5 series. The ray florets have a white corolla. The disc florets have a pale yellow corolla. Both florets type are fertile.

The 3 species of the genus are:

the last one is the only one found in Canada and in Québec.