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Pontederia cordata var. cordata
Lvs mostly ovate to triangular-lanceolate, base generally cordate or truncate, per Weakley's Flora.
Pontederia cordata var. lancifolia
Leaves lanceolate, base generally cuneate to truncate, per Weakley's Flora.
Leaves triangularly ovate; bases truncate or angularly wedge-shaped, per Native Trees of the Southeast, An Identification Guide.
Leaf w 5-9 lobes, deep sinuses more than halfway to midvein, base truncate, per Field Guide to Native Oak Species of Eastern North America.
Leaf base rounded, truncate, or shortly tapered, per Native Trees of the Southeast, An Identification Guide.
Lf base truncate, glossy light green above, tufts of axillary tomentum below, per Field Guide to Native Oak Species of Eastern North America.
Leaves have 7-9 lobes (that may be distally expanded) and a truncate base, per Field Guide to Native Oak Species of Eastern North America.
Three-parted Yellow Violet,
Viola tripartita var. glaberrima
Leaves have truncate or wedge-shaped - but never cordate - bases, per Wildflowers of the Southern Mountains.
Leaves finely toothed, leaf base truncate or rounded, per Wildflowers of Tennessee, the Ohio Valley, and the Southern Appalachians.
Midstem leaves generally largest, rounded to truncate at base, spreading, per A new hedge-nettle (Stachys: Lamiaceae) from SC (Nelson & Rayner, 2014).
Monarda fistulosa +
Leaves deltoid-lanceolate, base slightly tapered to truncate, ~ serrate, per Wildflowers of Tennessee, the Ohio Valley, and the Southern Appalachians.
Appalachian White Snakeroot,
Ageratina altissima var. roanensis
Leaves generally deltoid (the base generally subcordate or truncate), per Weakley's Flora.