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  • brittonii Rydberg Artemisia cuneata Rydberg Artemisia diversifolia Rydberg Artemisia falcata Rydberg Artemisia gnaphaloides Nuttall Artemisia herriotii Rydberg Artemisia
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  • Philonotis fontana var. caespitosa (Juratzka) Schimper P. fontana var. falcata (Hooker) Bridel Treatment appears in FNA Volume 28. Treatment on page 112
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  • Arabis canadensis Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 665, 1200. 1753 Synonyms: Arabis falcata Michaux Arabis hirsuta var. ovata (Pursh) Torrey & A. Gray Arabis ovata (Pursh)
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  • oak EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Quercus falcata var. leucophylla (Ashe) E. J. Palmer & Steyermark Quercus falcata var. pagodifolia Elliott Quercus leucophylla (Elliott)
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  • Little, Landon E. McKinney† Endemic Synonyms: Viola congener Leconte V. falcata Greene V. lovelliana Brainerd V. palmata var. dilatata Elliott V. palmata
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  • Candolle and C. de Candolle, Monogr. Phan. 3: 73. 1881 Synonyms: Sagittaria falcata Treatment appears in FNA Volume 22. Leaves lanceolate to broadly ovate.
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  • Carol., 215. 1788. John L. Strother IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Coreopsis falcata F. E. Boynton Coreopsis floridana E. B. Smith Coreopsis gladiata var. linifolia (Nuttall)
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  • fluitans var. setiformis (Renauld) Mönkemeyer Warnstorfia fluitans var. falcata (C. E. O. Jensen) H. A. Crum & L. E. Anderson Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • Common names: Black willow WeedyIllustrated Synonyms: Salix nigra var. falcata (Pursh) Torrey Salix nigra var. lindheimeri C. K. Schneider Treatment appears
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  • exaltata cv. `Florida Ruffles', N. exaltata cv. `M. P. Mills'. Nephrolepis falcata forma furcans (T. Moore in Nicholson) Proctor resembles N. biserrata in
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  • wingless fruiting bracteoles of Atriplex canescens and A. gardneri var. falcata. He noted further that the bracts of both species lack lateral teeth subtending
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  • (1981) submerged it in A. rothii. The essentially European A. rothii var. falcata (Schimper) Lindberg (A. rothii var. papillosa Müller Hal.) is only poorly
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  • exposed ledges, and is often found in late snowbed communities with Kiaeria falcata. Superficially it resembles Blindia acuta, which is distinguished by enlarged
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  • addition to the species recognized here, B. L. Turner also recognized F. falcata and F. wrightii in our area; as noted later, these are best included within
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  • along the Gulf Coast. Quercus hemisphaerica reportedly hybridizes with Q. falcata (C. H. Muller 1970); with Q. arkansana, Q. inopina, Q. marilandica, Q. myrtifolia
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  • (W. H. Duncan and M. B. Duncan 1988). It reportedly hybridizes with Q. falcata, Q. incana, and Q. nigra (H. A. Fowells 1965); with Q. hemisphaerica, Q
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  • C., Okla., S.C., Tex., Va. Quercus incana reportedly hybridizes with Q. falcata [= Q. ×subintegra (Engelmann) Trelease], Q. hemisphaerica (D. M. Hunt 1989)
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  • late snowbeds, but it has small, erect-spreading dark green leaves; K. falcata also occurs in late snowbeds, but can be distinguished in the field by its
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  • A second species of this subgenus, R. falcatus Linnaeus [Ceratocephala falcata (Linnaeus) Persoon], has been reported from North America, but all reports
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  • terrestrial K. blyttii by its shiny, falcate leaves. Subalpine forms of K. falcata are more commonly found on horizontal rock surfaces and do not have grooved
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