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  • peckii or C. pensylvanica and either C. tonsa or C. umbellata. Crins, W. J. and P. W. Ball. 1983. The taxonomy of the Carex pensylvanica complex (Cyperaceae)
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  • Micranthes odontoloma, Micranthes oregana, Micranthes palmeri, Micranthes pensylvanica, Micranthes petiolaris, Micranthes razshivinii, Micranthes reflexa, Micranthes
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  • Persicaria maculosa, Persicaria minor, Persicaria orientalis, Persicaria pensylvanica, Persicaria punctata, Persicaria robustior, Persicaria setacea Harold
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  • parviflora, Cardamine pattersonii, Cardamine penduliflora, Cardamine pensylvanica, Cardamine pratensis, Cardamine purpurea, Cardamine rotundifolia, Cardamine
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  • Prunus murrayana, Prunus myrtifolia, Prunus nigra, Prunus padus, Prunus pensylvanica, Prunus persica, Prunus pumila, Prunus rivularis, Prunus serotina, Prunus
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  • Parietaria floridana, Parietaria hespera, Parietaria judaica, Parietaria pensylvanica, Parietaria praetermissa Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1052. 175. , Gen. Pl. ed
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  • Myrica gale, Myrica hartwegii, Myrica heterophylla, Myrica inodora, Myrica pensylvanica Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1024. 175. , Gen. Pl. ed. 5, 449. 1754. Allan J.
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  • Gamochaeta calviceps, Gamochaeta chionesthes, Gamochaeta coarctata, Gamochaeta pensylvanica, Gamochaeta purpurea, Gamochaeta simplicicaulis, Gamochaeta sphacelata
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  • Potentilla jepsonii, Potentilla lasiodonta, Potentilla litoralis, Potentilla pensylvanica, Potentilla pulchella Poeverlein in P. F. A. Ascherson et al., Syn. Mitteleur
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  • longiflora, Sphenopholis nitida, Sphenopholis obtusata, Sphenopholis pensylvanica Scribn. Thomas F. Daniel Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment
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  • IllustratedEndemic Basionym: Struthiopteris pensylvanica (Willdenow) Raymond Sp. Pl. 5(1): 289. 1810 Synonyms: Matteuccia pensylvanica (Willdenow) Fernald Matteuccia
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  • but in P. pensylvanica the proximal pair of lateral veins clearly arise above the junction of blade and petiole. The extremes of P. pensylvanica frequently
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyMyricaceae genusMyrica speciesMyrica pensylvanica Mirbel in H. Duhamel du Monceau et al., Traité Arbr. Arbust. Nouv. ed.
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  • Taxa Silene caroliniana subsp. caroliniana, Silene caroliniana subsp. pensylvanica, Silene caroliniana subsp. wherryi Walter Fl. Carol., 142 [as 241]. 1788
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  • speciesMatteuccia struthiopteris Show Lower Taxa Matteuccia struthiopteris var. pensylvanica (Linnaeus) Todaro Giorn. Sci. Nat. Econ. Palermo 1: 235. 1866. David
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  • Detling Cardamine flexuosa subsp. pensylvanica (Muhlenberg ex Willdenow) O. E. Schulz Cardamine hirsuta var. pensylvanica (Muhlenberg ex Willdenow) P. W.
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  • heliophila Mackenzie Torreya 13: 15. 1913 Synonyms: Carex pensylvanica var. digyna Boeckeler Carex pensylvanica subsp. heliophila (Mackenzie) W. A. Weber Treatment
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  • Johnson Saxifraga pensylvanica var. forbesii (Vasey) Engler & Irmscher Saxifraga pensylvanica subsp. interior G. W. Burns Saxifraga pensylvanica var. purpuripetala (A
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  • Pooideae tribePoaceae tribe Poeae genusSphenopholis speciesSphenopholis pensylvanica (L.) Hitchc. Thomas F. Daniel Common names: Swamp oats Endemic Synonyms:
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  • lucorum William J. Crins, Jeff H. Rettig IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Carex pensylvanica var. distans Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Treatment on page 545
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  • inops William J. Crins, Jeff H. Rettig IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Carex pensylvanica var. verspertina L. H. Bailey Carex verecunda T. Holm Carex vespertina (L
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  • familyCyperaceae genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Acrocystis speciesCarex pensylvanica Lamarck in J. Lamarck et al., Encyl. 3: 388. 1792. William J. Crins,
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  • genusPersicaria sectionPersicaria sect. Persicaria speciesPersicaria pensylvanica (Linnaeus) M. Gómez Anales Inst. Segunda Enseñ. 2: 278. 1896. Harold
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  • Aethéogam., 58. 1805,. Roxanne I. Hastings, Henk C. Greven Synonyms: Grimmia pensylvanica Schwägrichen Treatment appears in FNA Volume 27. Treatment on page 241
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  • Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae Onoclea sensibilis Matteuccia struthiopteris var. pensylvanica John Myers John Myers Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae
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  • Pouzolzia zeylanica Pilea microphylla Parietaria floridana Parietaria pensylvanica Pilea pumila Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey
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  • Prunus emarginata within P. pensylvanica. Given that much of the problem of separating P. emarginata from P. pensylvanica arises from intermediate plants
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  • Myricaceae Myricaceae Myrica cerifera Comptonia peregrina Myrica gale Myrica pensylvanica John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • IllustratedEndemic Basionym: Silene pensylvanica Michaux Fl. Bor.-Amer. 1: 272. 1803 Synonyms: Silene caroliniana var. pensylvanica (Michaux) Fernald Treatment
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  • EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Prunus corymbulosa Rydberg P. pensylvanica subsp. corymbulosa (Rydberg) W. Wight P. pensylvanica var. saximontana Rehder Treatment appears
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  • familyAsteraceae tribeAsteraceae tribe Gnaphalieae genusGamochaeta speciesGamochaeta pensylvanica (Willdenow) Cabrera Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 9: 375. 1961. Guy L. Nesom
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  • Potentilla atrovirens Rydberg P. brooksensis Jurtzev P. pensylvanica var. arida B. Boivin P. pensylvanica var. brevipila Soják P. sibirica Treatment appears
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  • Endemic Synonyms: Potentilla pensylvanica var. litoralis (Rydberg) B. Boivin P. pensylvanica var. pectinata Lepage P. pensylvanica var. virgulata (A. Nelson)
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  • as occurring there. To distinguish between Myrica heterophylla and M. pensylvanica in the vegetative condition is difficult at best. Although M. heterophylla
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  • pubescens [E] R. John Little, Landon E. McKinney† Endemic Synonyms: Viola pensylvanica Michaux V. pubescens var. eriocarpa Nuttall V. pubescens var. peckii House
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  • cerifera has often been confused with M. pensylvanica and with M. heterophylla. It is distinguished from M. pensylvanica on the basis of gland density on the
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  • their wider leaves, and from S. pensylvanica (p. 621) by their shorter, unawned spikelets. Hybrids with S. pensylvanica, called Sphenopholis xpallens, have
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  • Myricaceae Myricaceae Myrica cerifera Comptonia peregrina Myrica gale Myrica pensylvanica John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • narrower than are those of P. pensylvanica, and populations exhibit less variation in perianth color. As in P. pensylvanica, flowers with three styles and
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  • Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae Onoclea sensibilis Matteuccia struthiopteris var. pensylvanica John Myers John Myers Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae Dryopteridaceae
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  • glabrata (Lehmann) Kohli & Packer P. glabrella Rydberg P. monidensis A. Nelson P. pensylvanica var. glabrata (Lehmann) S. Watson P. wyomingensis A. Nelson Treatment
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  • Barbara Ertter Common names: La Sal cinquefoil Endemic Synonyms: Potentilla pensylvanica var. paucijuga (Rydberg) S. L. Welsh & B. C. Johnston P. rubricaulis
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  • Pouzolzia zeylanica Pilea microphylla Parietaria floridana Parietaria pensylvanica Pilea pumila John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers Urticaceae
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  • Elven Common names: Jepson’s potentilla Endemic Basionym: Potentilla pensylvanica var. ovium Jepson Fl. Calif. 2: 184. 1936 (as pennsylvanica) Synonyms:
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  • Elven Common names: potentille bipinnatifide Endemic Synonyms: Potentilla pensylvanica var. bipinnatifida (Douglas) Torrey & A. Gray Treatment appears in FNA
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  • R. J. Davis V. palustris var. leimonia J. K. Henry V. palustris var. pensylvanica Gingins V. palustris subsp. pubifolia Kuta Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • N.Dak. Potentilla lasiodonta is a diploid relative of tetraploid P. pensylvanica, sharing similar velvety vestiture of dense short hairs, pinnate leaves
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  • In both habitat and morphology, Micranthes oregana is similar to M. pensylvanica. A thorough investigation of the two species, especially the populations
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  • Carex caryophyllea may escape notice because it somewhat resembles C. pensylvanica in size, habit, scale color, perigynia pubescence, and flowering time
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  • occurrence in central Alaska (E. Hultén 1968) is based on a specimen of P. pensylvanica (CAN). Significant variation exists throughout the range of Potentilla
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  • taxa such as Betula, Populus tremuloides, P. grandidentata, and Prunus pensylvanica. Higher elevations of the Appalachian Mountains support a unique assemblage
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