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Ranunculus hispidus Michx.
BRISTLY BUTTERCUP
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Ranunculus caricetorum Greene ( Ranunculus hispidus var. caricetorum , Ranunculus septentrionalis var. caricetorum ) Hispid Buttercup
Ranunculaceae — Buttercup family
Rare native
Ranunculus caricetorum
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Brandywine Creek State Park
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Ranunculus hispidus Michx.

Bristly Buttercup, Hispid Buttercup

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Family - Ranunculaceae

Habit - Perennial forb from fibrous to fleshy roots.

Stems - Lax to ascending to erect, to 50cm, often from a spreading base, branching, sometimes rooting at lower nodes, sparsely to densely pubescent with spreading and/or appressed hairs, lacking bulbils, the base not bulbous.

Ranunculus hispidus roots Roots.

Ranunculus hispidus var. nitidus stem Stem.

Leaves - Basal and alternate, petiolate, trifoliolate. Basal leaves present at flowering, moderately to long-petiolate, the blade 2-14 cm long, 2.5-16.0 cm wide, ovate to broadly ovate or nearly heart-shaped in outline, ternately compound (the earliest leaves sometimes merely deeply lobed), the 3 primary leaflets variously unlobed or 2-5-lobed or -parted, the ultimate lobes or segments narrowly elliptic or oblanceolate to circular, the base rounded to more commonly angled or tapered, the margins otherwise few- to several-toothed toward the tip. Stem leaves with progressively shorter petioles toward the stem tip, the blade moderately to deeply 3-lobed or -divided, the segments narrowly elliptic or oblanceolate to obovate, the margins otherwise usually few- to several-toothed above the midpoint.

Ranunculus hispidus leaf1 Leaf adaxial.

Ranunculus hispidus leaf2 Leaf abaxial.

Ranunculus hispidus var. nitidus leaves Pressed leaves.

Inflorescence - Single pedunculate flowers from the upper leaf axils. Peduncles to 3 cm long, pubescent, angled, grooved.

Ranunculus hispidus inflorescence Inflorescence.

Flowers - Sepals 5, 5-8 mm long, spreading or reflexed from at (then lacking a transverse fold or joint) or along a well-defined transverse fold about 1 mm above the base, plane. Petals 5, 8-16 mm long, 3-9 mm wide, obovate to oblongobovate, longer than the sepals, glossy yellow. Style present. Stamens numerous. Filaments yellow-green, glabrous, 2-3 mm long. Anthers yellow, 1.8 mm long. Receptacle pubescent.

Ranunculus hispidus flower3 Flower.

Ranunculus hispidus flower2

Ranunculus hispidus var. nitidus calyx Sepals.

Fruits - Head of achenes 6-12 mm long at maturity, hemispheric to ovoid or globose, the receptacle hairy. Achenes 2.2-5.2 mm long, flattened, the dorsal margin sharply angled or narrowly winged (often the entire margin angled or winged), the wall thick, smooth, glabrous, the beak 0.8-2.6 mm long, narrowly triangular, tapered, straight or somewhat curved.

Ranunculus hispidus var. nitidus fruits Fruits.

Flowering - March - June.

Habitat - Forests, streambanks, base of bluffs, prairies, pond margins, fens, marshes.

Origin - Native to the U.S.

Lookalikes - Other large-flowered species of Ranunculus , especially R. sardous and R. fascicularis .

Other info. - This is a common species throughout Missouri and most of the eastern half of the continental U.S. It can be identified by its moist habitat and sprawling habit. The plant is, however, highly variable in it stem and leaf pubescence and may not always be easily recognized. The ascending stems and trifoliolate basal leaves are good characters to use for an identification. A key character to differentiate this from the similar R. sardous is the long-tapered beaks on the achenes. However, R. fascicularis achenes also have long beaks. In that species, the roots are markedly thickened and the leaves are shaped differently.

Steyermark and Yatskievych have both subdivided the species into three varieties based on the plant's habit, sepal orientation, and aspects of the achenes. These are var. hispidus , var. caricetorum , and var. nitidus . In recent taxonomy, R. septentrionalis has been subsumed into the R. hispidus complex. The three varieties of that species mentioned by Steyermark are now varieties of R. hispidus .

Photographs taken at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area, Boone County, MO., 4-18-04 (DETenaglia); also at Engelmann Woods Natural Area, Franklin County, MO, 4-20-2014, and St. Francois State Park, St. Francois County, MO, 5-4-2014 (SRTurner).


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17. Ranunculus hispidus Michaux, Fl. Bor.-Amer. 1: 321. 1803.

Renoncule hispide

Stems erect or decumbent, sometimes rooting nodally, hispid or strigose, base not bulbous. Roots never tuberous. Basal leaf blades ovate to deltate in outline, 3-foliolate or outer blades merely 3-parted, 2-13.4 × 2.4-16.8 cm, leaflets undivided to lobed or parted, ultimate segments narrowly elliptic or oblanceolate to circular, margins toothed, apex acuminate to rounded. Flowers: receptacle hispid; sepals spreading or reflexed, 4-10 × 2-5 mm, hispid; petals 5, yellow, 8-16 × 3-9 mm. Heads of achenes hemispheric to short-ovoid, 6-10 × 7-10 mm; achenes 2.2-5.2 × 2-3.8 mm, glabrous, margin forming narrow rib or broad wing 0.1-1.2 mm wide; beak persistent, lance-subulate, straight or somewhat curved, 0.8-2.6 mm.

Varieties 3: North America.

Until recently, the varieties of Ranunculus hispidus were usually treated as distinct species. Arguments for restoring species status to R . hispidus var. nitidus were given by G. L. Nesom (1993).

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