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  • Trillium kurabayashii, Trillium lancifolium, Trillium ludovicianum, Trillium luteum, Trillium maculatum, Trillium parviflorum, Trillium petiolatum, Trillium
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  • familySplachnaceae genusSplachnum Show Lower Taxa Splachnum ampullaceum, Splachnum luteum, Splachnum pensylvanicum, Splachnum rubrum, Splachnum sphaericum, Splachnum
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  • Delphinium basalticum, Delphinium bicolor, Delphinium glareosum, Delphinium luteum, Delphinium nudicaule (Rydberg) N. I. Malyutin Bot. Zhurn. (Moscow & Leningrad)
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  • genusNelumbo speciesNelumbo lutea Willdenow Sp. Pl. 2: 1259. 1799 (as Nelumbium luteum). John. H. Wiersema Common names: American lotus yellow lotus water-chinquapin volée
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyLiliaceae genusChamaelirium speciesChamaelirium luteum (Linnaeus) A. Gray Manual, 503. 1848. Frederick H. Utech Common names:
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  • narrow abruptly to a slender acumen, however, help distinguish S. luteum. Splachnum luteum is generally rare although locally common in central Alaska; the
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  • E. 1957. Chamaelirium luteum (L.) Gray: A Biological Study. Ph.D. dissertation. University of North Carolina. Chamaelirium luteum window.propertiesFrom
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  • plot distribution of T. luteum. In some parts of their ranges, Trillium luteum and T. cuneatum do not grow together. Trillium luteum is abundant in eastern
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  • Basionym: Chelidonium glaucium Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 506. 1753 Synonyms: Glaucium luteum Scopoli Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Illustrator: John Myers Copyright:
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  • Splachnaceae Aplodon wormskioldii Patricia M. Eckel Splachnaceae Splachnum luteum Patricia M. Eckel Splachnaceae Splachnum pensylvanicum Patricia M. Eckel
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  • Synonyms: Lilium nevadense Eastwood Lilium parviflorum var. luteum (Purdy) Purdy Lilium parvum var. luteum Purdy Lilium shastense (Eastwood) Beane Treatment appears
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  • hesperium also occur at the type locality; D. luteum flowers earlier and hybrids are not known. Delphinium luteum is not likely to be mistaken for any other
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  • convex-umbrelliform, unlike the discoid-umbrelliform hypophysis of S. luteum, and 6–11 mm wide. As in S. luteum, the young sporophytes of S. rubrum resemble the mature
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  • Europe, n Asia. Plants of Splachnum sphaericum often grow intermixed with S. luteum in western Canada and central Alaska. Unlike in other North American species
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  • Splachnaceae Aplodon wormskioldii Patricia M. Eckel Splachnaceae Splachnum luteum Patricia M. Eckel Splachnaceae Splachnum pensylvanicum Patricia M. Eckel
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  • Liliaceae Liliaceae Aletris farinosa Narthecium californicum Chamaelirium luteum Barbara Alongi Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Barbara Alongi Liliaceae Liliaceae Liliaceae
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  • has long been confused with T. luteum of the Smoky Mountain region, though it is far more slender and delicate than T. luteum. Because the pallid forms and
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  • Liliaceae Liliaceae Aletris farinosa Narthecium californicum Chamaelirium luteum Barbara Alongi Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Barbara Alongi Liliaceae Liliaceae Liliaceae
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  • and brushland. Delphinium decorum subsp. decorum also hybridizes with D. luteum, D. nudicaule, and D. trolliifolium. None. None. window.propertiesFromH
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  • flowers, and some of these, e.g., Rhododendron molle (Blume) G. Don, R. luteum Sweet, R. simsii Planchon, and R. obtusum (Lindley) Planchon, sometimes
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