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  • distachyon Brachypodium phoenicoides Brachypodium pinnatum Brachypodium rupestre Brachypodium sylvaticum C Celtica gigantea Cenchrus biflorus Cenchrus brownii
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  • Linum medium, Linum neomexicanum, Linum puberulum, Linum rigidum, Linum rupestre, Linum schiedeanum, Linum striatum, Linum subteres, Linum sulcatum, Linum
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  • Sedum pulchellum, Sedum pusillum, Sedum radiatum, Sedum robertsianum, Sedum rupestre, Sedum rupicola, Sedum sarmentosum, Sedum sexangulare, Sedum spathulifolium
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  • pycnophyllum, Orthotrichum pylaisii, Orthotrichum rivulare, Orthotrichum rupestre, Orthotrichum shawii, Orthotrichum shevockii, Orthotrichum sordidum, Orthotrichum
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  • distachyon, Brachypodium phoenicoides, Brachypodium pinnatum, Brachypodium rupestre, Brachypodium sylvaticum P. Beauv. Michael B. Piep Treatment appears in
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  • John Myers Barbara Alongi Linaceae Linaceae Linaceae Linum kingii Linum rupestre Linum medium var. texanum John Myers John Myers John Myers Linaceae Linaceae
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  • tribePoaceae tribe Brachypodieae genusBrachypodium speciesBrachypodium rupestre (Host) Roem. & Schult. Michael B. Piep Common names: Tufted falsebrome
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyLinaceae genusLinum sectionLinum sect. Linopsis speciesLinum rupestre Engelmann ex A. Gray Boston J. Nat. Hist. 6: 232. 1850. Nancy R. Morin
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  • 1914. Most naturalized records of S. rupestre in North America have been incorrectly named S. reflexum. Sedum rupestre is ephemeral on Prince Edward Island
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  • names: Rock spike-moss dwarf spike-moss sélaginelle des rochers sélaginelle rupestre IllustratedEndemic Basionym: Lycopodium rupestris Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1101
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  • douglasii Duby O. macfaddenae R. S. Williams O. rupestre var. globosum (Lesquereux) Grout O. rupestre var. macfaddenae (R. S. Williams) Grout O. texanum
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  • Racemosae, Carex sect. Rhynchocystis, Carex sect. Rostrales, Carex sect. Rupestres, Carex sect. Schiedeanae, Carex sect. Scirpinae, Carex sect. Scitae, Carex
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  • Anoectangium arizonicum E. B. Bartram Gymnostomum clintonii Austin Gymnostomum rupestre Schwägrichen Gymnostomum tophaceum Austin Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • Reveal, var. intonsum Reveal, var. nemorosum W. J. Hess & Reveal, and var. rupestre (S. Stokes) W. J. Hess & Reveal. None. Eriogonum atrorubens var. atrorubens
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  • Potentilla subg. Closterostyles (Torrey & A. Gray) Juzepczuk Potentilla sect. Rupestres Poeverlein Treatment appears in FNA Volume 9. Treatment on page 280. Mentioned
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  • Pl. 2: 847. 1753. Leila M. Shultz Synonyms: Absinthium viridifolium var. rupestre (Linnaeus) Besser Artemisia rupestris subsp. woodii Neilson Treatment appears
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  • John Myers Barbara Alongi Linaceae Linaceae Linaceae Linum kingii Linum rupestre Linum medium var. texanum John Myers John Myers John Myers Linaceae Linaceae
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyCyperaceae genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Rupestres Show Lower Taxa Carex rupestris (Tuckerman) Meinschausen Trudy Imp. S.-Peterburgsk
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  • shawii is similar to O. rupestre but distinguished by the 16 short, recurved exostome teeth and nearly smooth capsules, while O. rupestre has erect or spreading
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  • regimes. J. R. McDill (2009) reported that L. arenicola grouped with L. rupestre (southwestern United States), L. flagellare (Small) H. J. P. Winkler (southcentral
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