Difference between revisions of "Aquilegia longissima"

A. Gray ex S. Watson
Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 17: 317-318. 1882.
Common names: Long-spur columbine
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--><span class="statement" id="st-d0_s0" data-properties="stem some measurement"><b>Stems </b>25-90 cm.</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s1" data-properties="basal leaf architecture;basal leaf some measurement;basal leaf height or length or size"><b>Basal </b>leaves 3×-ternately compound, 20-45 cm, usually shorter than stems;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s2" data-properties="leaflet coloration;leaflet some measurement;leaflet coating">leaflets green adaxially, to 20-40 mm, not viscid;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s3" data-properties="primary petiolule some measurement;primary petiolule pubescence;primary petiolule pubescence">primary petiolules 28-82 mm (leaflets not crowded), glabrous or sometimes pilose.</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s4" data-properties="flower orientation"><b>Flowers </b>erect;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s5" data-properties="sepal orientation;sepal coloration;sepal shape;sepal length;sepal width;apex shape;apex shape">sepals perpendicular to floral axis, pale-yellow, lanceolate, 25-40 × 6-11 mm, apex narrowly acute or acuminate;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s6" data-properties="spur coloration;spur course;spur arrangement;spur some measurement;spur size;spur shape;blade coloration;blade shape;blade length;blade width">petals: spurs pale-yellow, straight, ± parallel, 72-180 mm, very slender, evenly tapered from base, blades pale-yellow, spatulate, 15-30 × 7-11 mm;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s7" data-properties="stamen some measurement">stamens 20-33 mm.</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s8" data-properties="follicle some measurement"><b>Follicles </b>24-31 mm;</span> <span class="statement" id="st-d0_s9" data-properties="beak some measurement">beak 16-26 mm.</span><!--
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--><span class="statement" id="st-undefined" data-properties=""><b>Stems </b>25-90 cm. <b>Basal</b> leaves 3×-ternately compound, 20-45 cm, usually shorter than stems; leaflets green adaxially, to 20-40 mm, not viscid; primary petiolules 28-82 mm (leaflets not crowded), glabrous or sometimes pilose. <b>Flowers</b> erect; sepals perpendicular to floral axis, pale yellow, lanceolate, 25-40 × 6-11 mm, apex narrowly acute or acuminate; petals: spurs pale yellow, straight, ± parallel, 72-180 mm, very slender, evenly tapered from base, blades pale yellow, spatulate, 15-30 × 7-11 mm; stamens 20-33 mm. <b>Follicles</b> 24-31 mm; beak 16-26 mm.</span><!--
  
 
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|habitat=Near streams or in damp rocky places in canyons
 
|habitat=Near streams or in damp rocky places in canyons
 
|elevation=1370-1520 m
 
|elevation=1370-1520 m
|distribution=Ariz.;Tex.;ne Mexico
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|distribution=Ariz.;Tex.;ne Mexico.
 
|discussion=<p>R. B. Miller (1985) suggested that Arizona reports of Aquilegia longissima are based on "unusually long-spurred individuals of A. chrysantha," but it is not clear on what characters he based his interpretation. Specimens from Arizona's Baboquivari Mountains have spurs 8-10 cm long, far outside the range of A. chrysantha, and seem correctly identified as A. longissima.</p>
 
|discussion=<p>R. B. Miller (1985) suggested that Arizona reports of Aquilegia longissima are based on "unusually long-spurred individuals of A. chrysantha," but it is not clear on what characters he based his interpretation. Specimens from Arizona's Baboquivari Mountains have spurs 8-10 cm long, far outside the range of A. chrysantha, and seem correctly identified as A. longissima.</p>
 
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|habitat=Near streams or in damp rocky places in canyons
 
|habitat=Near streams or in damp rocky places in canyons
 
|elevation=1370-1520 m
 
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|distribution=Ariz.;Tex.;ne Mexico
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|distribution=Ariz.;Tex.;ne Mexico.
 
|reference=None
 
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|publication title=Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts
 
|publication title=Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts
 
|publication year=1882
 
|publication year=1882
 
|special status=
 
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|genus=Aquilegia
 
|genus=Aquilegia
 
|species=Aquilegia longissima
 
|species=Aquilegia longissima
|apex shape=acuminate;acute
 
|basal leaf architecture=compound
 
|basal leaf height or length or size=usually shorter
 
|basal leaf some measurement=20cm;45cm
 
|beak some measurement=16mm;26mm
 
|blade coloration=pale-yellow
 
|blade length=15mm;30mm
 
|blade shape=spatulate
 
|blade width=7mm;11mm
 
|flower orientation=erect
 
|follicle some measurement=24mm;31mm
 
|leaflet coating=not viscid
 
|leaflet coloration=green
 
|leaflet some measurement=20mm;40mm
 
|primary petiolule pubescence=pilose;glabrous
 
|primary petiolule some measurement=28mm;82mm
 
|sepal coloration=pale-yellow
 
|sepal length=25mm;40mm
 
|sepal orientation=perpendicular
 
|sepal shape=lanceolate
 
|sepal width=6mm;11mm
 
|spur arrangement=parallel
 
|spur coloration=pale-yellow
 
|spur course=straight
 
|spur shape=tapered
 
|spur size=slender
 
|spur some measurement=72mm;180mm
 
|stamen some measurement=20mm;33mm
 
|stem some measurement=25cm;90cm
 
 
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Revision as of 14:29, 27 July 2019

Stems 25-90 cm. Basal leaves 3×-ternately compound, 20-45 cm, usually shorter than stems; leaflets green adaxially, to 20-40 mm, not viscid; primary petiolules 28-82 mm (leaflets not crowded), glabrous or sometimes pilose. Flowers erect; sepals perpendicular to floral axis, pale yellow, lanceolate, 25-40 × 6-11 mm, apex narrowly acute or acuminate; petals: spurs pale yellow, straight, ± parallel, 72-180 mm, very slender, evenly tapered from base, blades pale yellow, spatulate, 15-30 × 7-11 mm; stamens 20-33 mm. Follicles 24-31 mm; beak 16-26 mm.


Phenology: Flowering summer (Jul–Sep).
Habitat: Near streams or in damp rocky places in canyons
Elevation: 1370-1520 m

Discussion

R. B. Miller (1985) suggested that Arizona reports of Aquilegia longissima are based on "unusually long-spurred individuals of A. chrysantha," but it is not clear on what characters he based his interpretation. Specimens from Arizona's Baboquivari Mountains have spurs 8-10 cm long, far outside the range of A. chrysantha, and seem correctly identified as A. longissima.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.