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  • alpine habitats. Plants of the introduced caulescent species, especially P. rhoeas, P. dubium, and P. somniferum, vary greatly in size, and surprisingly diminutive
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  • genusPapaver sectionPapaver sect. Rhoeadium Show Lower Taxa Papaver dubium, Papaver rhoeas Spach Hist. Nat. Vég. 7: 16. 1839. Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Treatment
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  • familyPapaveraceae genusPapaver sectionPapaver sect. Rhoeadium speciesPapaver rhoeas Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 507. 1753. Common names: Common poppy corn poppy field
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  • geographic integrity. Papaver dubium sometimes seems to intergrade with P. rhoeas, at least in North America. The most readily evident character for distinguishing
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