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  • latifolia subsp. arundinacea Arctagrostis latifolia subsp. latifolia Arctophila fulva Arrhenatherum elatius Artemisia campestris subsp. canadensis Artemisia cana
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  • seriesIris (sect. Limniris) ser. Hexagonae Show Lower Taxa Iris brevicaulis, Iris fulva, Iris giganticaerulea, Iris hexagona, Iris savannarum (Diels) G. H. M. Lawrence
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  • subfam. Pooideae tribePoaceae tribe Poeae genusArctophila speciesArctophila fulva (Trin.) Andersson Jacques Cayouette, Stephen J. Darbyshire Common names:
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  • Pooideae tribePoaceae tribe Poeae genusArctophila Show Lower Taxa Arctophila fulva (Rupr.) Andersson Jacques Cayouette, Stephen J. Darbyshire Treatment appears
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyLiliaceae genusHemerocallis Show Lower Taxa Hemerocallis fulva, Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 324. 1753. , Gen. Pl. ed
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  • sectionIris sect. Limniris seriesIris (sect. Limniris) ser. Hexagonae speciesIris fulva Ker Gawler Bot. Mag. 36: plate 1496. 1812. Norlan C. Henderson Common names:
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  • Show Lower Taxa Castilleja miniata var. dixonii, Castilleja miniata var. fulva, Castilleja miniata var. miniata, Castilleja miniata var. oblongifolia Douglas
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyLiliaceae genusHemerocallis speciesHemerocallis fulva (Linnaeus) Linnaeus Sp. Pl. ed. 2, 1: 462. 1762. Gerald B. Straley†, Frederick
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  • elm orme rouge EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Ulmus crispa Willdenow Ulmus fulva Michaux Ulmus pendula Willdenow Ulmus pubescens Walter Treatment appears
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  • genusCastilleja speciesCastilleja miniata varietyCastilleja miniata var. fulva (Pennell) J. M. Egger Phytologia 90: 72. 2008. J. Mark Egger, Peter F. Zika
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  • × C. flava (= C. ×xanthocarpa Dégland), C. hostiana × C. viridula (= C. ×fulva Goodenough), C. flava × C. viridula (= C. ×ruedtii Kneucker), and C. cryptolepis
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  • reddish brown, rarely yellow; petals spreading or declining with sepals. Iris fulva 14 Perianths blue-violet or rarely white; petals erect or spreading-erect
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  • diploid species escapes only sporadically, unlike the more aggressive H. fulva, with true naturalization frequently questioned (W. B. Zomlefer 1998). None
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  • The hybrid genus ×Arctodupontia is formed from D. fisheri and Arctophila fulva, and differs from D. fisheri in having lemmas with truncate, lacerate to
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  • Russia. Plants seemingly intermediate between Dupontia fisheri and Arctopbila fulva are common, but caution must be exercised in assigning them to ×Arctodupontia
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  • Ky., La., Miss., Mo., Okla., Tenn. Iris brevicaulis hybridizes with I. fulva to produce I. ×fulvala Dykes, and with I. giganticaerulea to produce I. ×flexicaulis
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  • than those of I. hexagona. Iris savannarum has been hybridized with Iris fulva to produce I. ×cacique (J. Berry) N. C. Henderson. None. None. window.pr
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  • range of colors, rarely yellow or yellow-orange (except for C. miniata var. fulva); widespread in w North America, not in Sonoma County, California. > 18 18
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  • (Cichorium intybus), wintercress (Barbarea vulgaris), daylily (Hemerocallis fulva), and watercress (Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum). The archaeological record
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