Krigia wrightii

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Krigia wrightii grows in the Eastern deciduous forest biome, southeastern Coastal Plain, tallgrass prairie, and mixedgrass prairie. It was confused with K. cespitosa by L. H. Shinners (1947); its cypselae, involucres, and chromosome number set it apart. It often grows sympatrically with K. occidentalis or K. cespitosa, and mixed collections may occur.