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Mononeuria cumberlandensis (Wofford & R.Kral) Dillenb. & Kad.  
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FamilyCARYOPHYLLACEAE
Genus speciesMononeuria cumberlandensis (Wofford & R.Kral) Dillenb. & Kad. 
SynonymsArenaria cumberlandensis Wofford & R.Kral
 Minuartia cumberlandensis (Wofford & R.Kral) McNeill
Habitatshady rocks
Descriptionleaves green, flat, uninerved, linear-oblanceolate, 2-3cm, obtuse, shiny, glabrous, flowers 1-3, terminal, pedicellate, sepals broadly oblong, obtuse, petals obovate, 4-6mm long
Size5-15cm
Colorwhite
Bloomsummer
Ca-
Typetuft, fl. stem ascending
Cultivationshady, humous, rock crevices
alpine house, humous, gravelly soil, shade
Propagationseed in spring, barely covered, germ. 1 month, 18-21°C
division in early spring; cuttings in late summer
Territory Northern America
     Southeastern U.S.A. (Kentucky , Tennessee)
BibliographyPlants of the World online powo.science.kew.org
International Plant Names Index www.ipni.org
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CARYOPHYLLACEAE

Mononeuria cumberlandensis (Wofford & R.Kral) Dillenb. & Kadereit, Taxon 63(1): 84 (2014)

Basionym:
Arenaria cumberlandensis Wofford & R.Kral, Brittonia 31: 257 (1979)

Synonyms:
Minuartia cumberlandensis (Wofford & R.Kral) McNeill

Kentucky, Tennessee
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