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{{fny-table|Malvaceae||Hibisceae
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{{fny-genus|Hibiscus|Rosemallow|215|3|HIBIS|4|
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{{fny-species
| species = Hibiscus laevis
| author  = All.
| common  = Halberdleaf rosemallow
| common1 = Smooth rose-mallow
| status  = Native
| status1 = Extirpated
| color   = yellow-green
| ref-11  = NYFA<ref>NYFA does not list ''Hibiscus laevis'', but USDA-NRCS shows it as native to eastern US and Ontario, with NY inside the northeast edge of the US range. It shows no NY range map, but references a report in the 1991 ''Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club''. A subsequent 2004 article in that ''Bulletin'', [http://eagle.phys.utk.edu/reubendb/tmp/pelham.pdf The historical and extant vascular flora of Pelham Bay Park, Bronx County, New York 1947-19981] notes the 1991 discovery, but states that it was extirpaed the next year due to repeated mowing.</ref>
| ref-12  = {{fny-nrcs|HILA2|NN|Torrey Bul. 1991}}
| image1  = Hibiscus laevis.jpg
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Malvaceae – tribe Hibisceae

Hibiscus Rosemallow N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
 All.
Halberdleaf rosemallow,
Smooth rose-mallow
Native,
Extirpated
Hibiscus laevis.jpg
Hibiscus laevis NY-dist-map.png
NYFA[1]
NRCS-NN




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  1. NYFA does not list Hibiscus laevis, but USDA-NRCS shows it as native to eastern US and Ontario, with NY inside the northeast edge of the US range. It shows no NY range map, but references a report in the 1991 Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. A subsequent 2004 article in that Bulletin, The historical and extant vascular flora of Pelham Bay Park, Bronx County, New York 1947-19981 notes the 1991 discovery, but states that it was extirpaed the next year due to repeated mowing.

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