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  • Eriogonum deflexum, Eriogonum eremicola, Eriogonum esmeraldense, Eriogonum exaltatum, Eriogonum fusiforme, Eriogonum glandulosum, Eriogonum gordonii, Eriogonum
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  • barbeyi, Delphinium brachycentrum, Delphinium californicum, Delphinium exaltatum, Delphinium glaucescens, Delphinium glaucum, Delphinium novomexicanum,
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  • Diedropetala subsectionDelphinium subsect. Exaltata speciesDelphinium exaltatum Aiton Hort. Kew. 2: 244. 1789. Michael J. Warnock Common names: Tall larkspur
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  • 1887 Synonyms: E. brevistylum var. exaltatum (Drew) Jepson E. californicum var. exaltatum (Drew) Jepson E. exaltatum Drew Lehmann var. var. e. glandulosumexaltatum
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  • flora). Delphinium californicum can be confused only with D. glaucum or D. exaltatum. The three species may be separated by the abundant pubescence and early
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  • Common names: Sword fern wild Boston fern Illustrated Basionym: Polypodium exaltatum Linnaeus Syst. Nat. ed. 10, 2: 1326. 1759 Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • Schwartz Common names: Giant death camas Endemic Synonyms: Toxicoscordion exaltatum (Eastwood) A. Heller Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Treatment on page
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  • are now recognized under the name E. exaltatum.  Some specimens remain problematic.  Immature plants of E. exaltatum (Goodding 2302, GH, MIN, MO, NY, RM
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  • larkspur tall larkspur Barbey's larkspur EndemicIllustrated Basionym: Delphinium exaltatum var. (e) Huth Helios 10: 35. 1892 Synonyms: Delphinium occidentale var
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  • macrophyllum (Haussknecht) Czerepanov C. danielsii (D. Löve) Czerepanov C. exaltatum Rydberg Chamerion angustifolium var. canescens (Alph. Wood) N. H. Holmgren
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  • northwestern Clark, and southwestern Nye counties. It is closely related to E. exaltatum, and spring-flowering specimens of the latter are impossible to distinguish
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  • treeline. Delphinium glaucum may be confused with D. californicum, D. exaltatum, D. polycladon, or D. stachydeum. For distinctions from D. californicum
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