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Lysimachia ciliata L.
FRINGED LOOSESTRIFE
Lysimachia punctata auct, non L; Steironema ciliatum (L) Baudo

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Lysimachia ciliata, Fringed Loosestrife
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Lysimachia ciliata, Fringed Loosestrife

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FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Botryosphaeriaceae  Phyllosticta steironematis @ BPI (1)
Dermateaceae  Cylindrosporium steironematis @ BPI (2)
Halictidae  Augochlora pura @ AMNH_BEE (1)

Halictus ligatus @ AMNH_BEE (6)

Halictus rubicundus @ AMNH_BEE (1)

Lasioglossum lineatulum @ AMNH_BEE (2)

Lasioglossum macoupinense @ CUIC_ENT (2)

Lasioglossum tegulare @ AMNH_BEE (1)

Lasioglossum zonulum @ CUIC_ENT (2)
Melittidae  Macropis ciliata @ BBSL (1)

Macropis nuda @ CUIC_ENT (4)

Macropis patellata @ AMNH_BEE (8)
Mycosphaerellaceae  Septoria conspicua @ BPI (46)

Septoria lysimachiae @ BPI (5)
Pucciniaceae  Puccinia dayi @ BPI (2)

Uromyces acuminatus @ BPI (1)
Typhulaceae  Sclerotium deciduum @ BPI (1)

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Delaware Wildflowers  •  Scientific names

Lysimachia ciliata L. Fringed Loosestrife
Myrsinaceae — Myrsine family
Native
Lysimachia ciliata
Brandywine Creek State Park
June 2002

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Lysimachia ciliata L. - Fringed Loosestrife

Lysimachia ciliata plant

Family - Primulaceae

Stems - To +80cm tall, herbaceous, erect, 4-angled, glabrous or with glandular pubescence at upper nodes, multiple from base, simple to branching above, rhizomatous.

Leaves - Opposite, petiolate, decussate. Petioles slightly winged by decurrent leaf tissue, to +3cm long. Wings -1mm broad, ciliate-margined. Blade ovate to oblong-lanceolate, acute to acuminate, rounded to cuneate at base, to +11cm long, +4cm broad, glabrous, minutely serrulate on margins.

Lysimachia ciliata leaves

Lysimachia ciliata petiole Arrows shows cilia of petiole.

Inflorescence - Axillary pedunculate flowers, from upper leaf axils. Peduncles to +4cm long, glandular-puberulent. Flowers nodding.

Flowers - Corolla yellow, deeply 5-lobed, glandular externally, slightly orange to reddish at base. Corolla tube to +1mm long. Lobes to 1.3cm long, 1cm broad, glandular internally (dense near base), apiculate, erose. Staminodes present, 1mm long, alternating with stamens, lance-attenuate. Stamens 5, erect, adnate at base of corolla tube. Filaments to 2.5mm long, yellow, glandular. Anthers yellowish, 2.5-3mm long. Ovary superior, green, globose, 1.5mm in diameter. Placentation free central. Style 5mm long, glabrous, green. Calyx tube to 2mm long, glabrous, 5-lobed. Lobes spreading, 6-7mm long, 2mm broad, linear-lanceolate, acute to acuminate, entire, glabrous. Capsule globose (sub-globose), glabrous, +5mm in diameter, many seeded, dehiscing by 5 valves, brownish.

Lysimachia ciliata calyx Calyx.

Lysimachia ciliata calyx Again.

Lysimachia ciliata flower Flower.

Lysimachia ciliata flower Again.

Flowering - May - July.

Habitat - Moist low woods, wet prairies, streambanks, pond margins.

Origin - Native to U.S.

Other info. - L. ciliata is easy to identify in the field because of its ciliate petioles and its nodding yellow flowers. The plant is common throughout the state of Missouri. It is easily grown from seed and would make a good garden subject in a shady moist location.

Photographs taken in Brown Summit, NC., 6-10-02, and at Pultite Spring, Shannon County, MO., 6-27-04.



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2. Lysimachia ciliata Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 147. 1753.

Fringed loosestrife, lysimaque ciliée

Lysimachia greeneana Handel-Mazzetti; L. longipedicellata (Lunell) Handel-Mazzetti; L. membranacea (Greene) Handel-Mazzetti; Nummularia ciliata (Linnaeus) Kuntze; Steironema ciliatum (Linnaeus) Baudo; S. longipedicellatum (Lunell) Lunell; S. membranaceum Greene; S. pumilum Greene

Stems erect, simple or sometimes branched, 2-13 dm, glabrous; rhizomes slender or somewhat thickened; bulblets absent. Leaves opposite; petiole 0.5-6 cm, long-ciliate along entire length, cilia 0.6-2.1 mm; blade broadly lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, 4-15 (-17) × 1.5-6.5 cm, base rounded or obtuse to cuneate, somewhat decurrent, margins entire, plane, ciliolate, especially proximally, apex acute to acuminate, surfaces not punctate, glabrous; venation pinnate-arcuate. Inflorescences axillary in distal leaves, solitary flowers. Pedicels (0.5-)1.5-7 cm, usually stipitate-glandular. Flowers: sepals 5, calyx not streaked, 2.5-9 mm, sometimes stipitate-glandular, lobes lanceolate, margins thin; petals 5, corolla yellow, sometimes with reddish base, not streaked, rotate, 5-12 mm, lobes with margins sometimes slightly erose apically, apex mucronate, stipitate-glandular adaxially; filaments connate to 0.3 mm, shorter than corolla; staminodes 1-2 mm. Capsules 5-7 mm, not punctate, glabrous. 2 n = 34, 92, 96, 100, 108, 112.

Flowering summer. Roadsides, moist meadows and prairies, moist woods, flood plains, stream banks, pond edges, high-tide lines; 0-1100 m; Alta., B.C., Man., N.B., N.S., Ont., P.E.I., Que., Sask.; Ala., Ark., Colo., Conn., Del., D.C., Fla., Ga., Idaho, Ill., Ind., Iowa, Kans., Ky., Maine, Md., Mass., Mich., Minn., Miss., Mo., Mont., Nebr., N.H., N.J., N.Mex., N.Y., N.C., N.Dak., Ohio, Okla., Oreg., Pa., R.I., S.C., S.Dak., Tenn., Utah, Vt., Va., Wash., W.Va., Wis., Wyo.

V. J. Coffey and S. B. Jones (1980) indicated a population of Lysimachia ciliata in central Alaska without further locality data. This was probably an error; no records of this species from Alaska have been verified.

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