Seymeria pectinata Pursh - Piedmont Blacksenna
Family - Scrophulariaceae
Flowering - July - October.
Habitat - Dry pinelands, sandhills, scrub.
Origin - Native to North America.
Other information - This attractive species can be found in scattered counties of southern Alabama. The plant can be identified by its pubescent stems, deeply divided leaves, and zygomorphic yellow flowers.
Photographs taken in the Tuskeegee National Forest, Macon County, AL., 8-24-04.