Oenothera macrocarpa


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Related to Oenothera macrocarpa: Ozark sundrops, Evening primrose oil
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Noun1.Oenothera macrocarpa - evening-opening primrose of south central United StatesOenothera macrocarpa - evening-opening primrose of south central United States
evening primrose - any of several plants of the family Onagraceae
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McGregor (Easyliving Wildflowers, Willow Springs, MO), Lespedeza virginica (L.) Britton, Oenothera macrocarpa Nutt., Silphium terebinthinaceum Jacq.
This zone is characterized by the presence of the blue green algae (Nostoc commune), several foliose lichens, and numerous vascular plants such as cedar glade cress (Leavenworthia stylosa), Missouri evening primrose (Oenothera macrocarpa), wild petunia (Ruellia humilis), Gattinger's prairie clover (Dalea gattingeri) Barneby), Venus' pride (Houstonia purpurea), limestone flameflower (Talinum cal-caricum), widow's cross (Sedum pulchellum), Tennessee coneflower (Echinacea tennesseensis); white rim scurfpea (Pediomelum subacaule), fluxweed (Isanthus brachiatus), prickly pear (Opuntia cespitosa), poverty dropseed (Sporo-bolus vaginiflorus), prairie fleabane (Erigeron strigosus), and pasture heliotrope (Heliotropium tenellum) (Quarterman et al., 1993; Baskin and Baskin, 1999).
Floristically, cedar glades are characterized by the presence of the blue green alga, Nostoc commune, several foliose lichens, and numerous vascular plants such as cedar glade cress (Leavenworthia stylosa), Missouri evening primrose (Oenothera macrocarpa), wild petunia (Ruellia humilis) Gattinger's prairie clover (Dalea gattingeri), Venus' pride (Houstonia purpurea), limestone flameflower (Talinum calcaricum), widow's cross (Sedum pulchellum), Tennessee coneflower (Echinacea tennesseensis), white rim scurfpea, (Pediomelum subacaule), fluxweed (Isanthus brachiatus), prickly pear (Opuntia cespitosa), poverty drop-seed (Sporobolus vaginiflorus), prairie fleabane (Erigeron strigosus), and pasture heliotrope (Heliotropium tenellum) (Quarterman et al.
Gray) Towner [Berlandier's evening-primrose] Oenothera macrocarpa Nutt.
Three potentially rare plant species on upland sites are Aster fendleri, Clematis fremontii, and Oenothera macrocarpa ssp.