Arceuthobium campylopodum subsp. cyanocarpum
Phytoneuron 2012-51: 9. 2012
Phenology: Flowering Jul–Sep; fruiting Aug–Sep.
Habitat: Coniferous forests.
Elevation: 1600–3100 m.
Calif., Colo., Idaho, Mont., Nev., Oreg., Utah, Wyo.
Meiosis occurs in July, with fruits maturing 12 months after pollination.
Subspecies cyanocarpum is widely distributed at high elevations in the western United States from the Rocky Mountains to the Sierra Nevada of California. Its most common host is Pinus flexilis; however, P. albicaulis, P. aristata, and P. longaeva are also listed as principal hosts owing to their high incidence of infection. Additional secondary to rare hosts include Picea engelmannii, Pinus balfouriana, P. contorta, P. monticola, P. ponderosa, and Tsuga mertensiana. This mistletoe is a significant pathogen in many locations, sometimes resulting in massive host tree mortality.
|Author||Daniel L. Nickrent +|
|Authority||(A. Nelson ex Rydberg) Nickrent +|
|Basionyms||Razoumofskya cyanocarpa +|
|Common name||Limber pine dwarf mistletoe +|
|Distribution||Calif. +, Colo. +, Idaho +, Mont. +, Nev. +, Oreg. +, Utah + and Wyo. +|
|Elevation||1600–3100 m. +|
|Habitat||Coniferous forests. +|
|Phenology||Flowering Jul–Sep + and fruiting Aug–Sep. +|
|Publication title||Phytoneuron +|
|Publication year||2012 +|
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|Special status||Endemic +|
|Synonyms||Arceuthobium cyanocarpum +|
|Taxon family||Viscaceae +|
|Taxon name||Arceuthobium campylopodum subsp. cyanocarpum +|
|Taxon parent||Arceuthobium campylopodum +|
|Taxon rank||subspecies +|
|Volume||Volume 12 +|