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pedicularis: A large genus of scrophulariaceous plants, of the tribe Euphrasieæ, formerly made the type of a distinct order Pediculares (Jussieu, 1789), and ...

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Pedicularis (Betony/Lousewort) Folio - Southwest School of
Pedicularis. (Betony/Lousewort). Prepared by Michael Moore.
Pedicularis lanceolata - New England Wild Flower Society
New England Plant Conservation Program. Conservation and Research Plan. Pedicularis lanceolata Michx.
phylogeny and the evolution of floral diversity in pedicularis
Pedicularis has a conflicted infrageneric taxonomic history in which floral and vegetative ... morphological diversity and species richness in Pedicularis is.
Pedicularis lanceolata
Scientific Name: Pedicularis lanceolata Michaux. Other Commonly Used Names: none. Previously Used Scientific Names: Pedicularis auriculata Small, ...
Pedicularis and Castilleja are natural hosts of Cronartium ribicola in

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It's wildflower time in Sonoma County
(1 of 15) Phil Weil surveys blooming Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora) flowers at Annadel State Park. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat). (2 of 15) Wildflower fan Phil Weil hikes Annadel State Park in search of early blooms.
Big Pot Grow in Routt National Forest an Environmental Hazard, Feds Say
Alfonso Rodriguez-Vazquez and Nestor Fabian Sinaloa-Sinaloa, both Mexican nationals, found that out the hard way. They were busted in relation to a big pot grow in Routt National Forest. However, the announcement about the case from the U.
Phylogeny and classification of the East Asian Amitostigma alliance
Rapid radiations have previously been reported in several plant groups of various sizes that have centres of diversity in the Plateau, including Meconopsis Vig., Pedicularis L., Rhodiola L.
Hike to see some of the best wildflowers in Summit County
Jane Hendrix / Special to the Daily Elephant's head (Pedicularis groenlandica) — Above a skirt of ferny leaves stand tall spikes of small, pink flowers that resemble elephant heads, complete with large ears and a trunk.
On the Trails: Parasitic flowering plants live off the roots of others
The genus Pedicularis — the louseworts — has about five representatives in our area, which have not been studied directly, as far as I can tell.

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Pedicularis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pedicularis is a genus of perennial green root parasite plants currently placed in the broomrape family Orobanchaceae (the genus previously having been ...
Pedicularis densiflora - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pedicularis densiflora, known commonly as Indian warrior or warrior's plume, is a ... Pedicularis densiflora is a perennial herb with stout, green or sometimes ...
Pedicularis (Lousewort) Monograph-Pedicularis as a Skeletal
Feb 21, 2012 This monograph will explore the genus Pedicularis, the plants often called lousewort or wood betony. It will give a wide overview of the genus ...
Pedicularis (Betony/Lousewort) Folio - Southwest School of
Pedicularis. (Betony/Lousewort). Prepared by Michael Moore.
Erowid Experience Vaults: Pedicularis groenlandicum, P
Sep 30, 2010 I became interested in exploring the effects of Pedicularis species after finding a few references to sedative or hypnotic effects in herbal ...

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