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  • Nelumbo lutea is often attributed to (Willdenow) Persoon, the spelling Nelumbium luteum used by Willdenow is an orthographic error for Nelumbo lutea (W. Greuter
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  • Passiflora filipes, Passiflora foetida, Passiflora incarnata, Passiflora lutea, Passiflora mexicana, Passiflora multiflora, Passiflora pallens, Passiflora
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyPassifloraceae genusPassiflora speciesPassiflora lutea Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 958. 1753. Douglas H. Goldman, John M. MacDougal Common
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  • Gratiola floridana, Gratiola graniticola, Gratiola heterosepala, Gratiola lutea, Gratiola neglecta, Gratiola quartermaniae, Gratiola ramosa, Gratiola torreyi
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  • involucre absent; perianth not persistent in fruit (outermost tepals of N. lutea normally persistent), hypogynous; tepals numerous, distinct, outermost reduced
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  • genusPeritoma Show Lower Taxa Peritoma arborea, Peritoma jonesii, Peritoma lutea, Peritoma multicaulis, Peritoma platycarpa, Peritoma serrulata de Candolle
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  • Aletris lutea Small, Aletris obovata Nash and natural hybrids. Brittonia 25: 294–303. Aletris aurea, Aletris bracteata, Aletris farinosa, Aletris lutea, Aletris
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  • Ceratocystis Show Lower Taxa Carex cryptolepis, Carex flava, Carex hostiana, Carex lutea, Carex viridula Dumortier Fl. Belg., 147. 1827. William J. Crins Treatment
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  • Show Lower Taxa Salix eriocephala, Salix famelica, Salix ligulifolia, Salix lutea, Salix monochroma, Salix prolixa, Salix turnorii Barratt ex Hooker Fl. Bor
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  • genusDigitalis Show Lower Taxa Digitalis grandiflora, Digitalis lanata, Digitalis lutea, Digitalis purpurea Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 621. 1753. Kerry A. Barringer, Neil
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyResedaceae genusReseda Show Lower Taxa Reseda alba, Reseda lutea, Reseda luteola, Reseda odorata Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 448. 1753. , Gen. Pl
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyCleomaceae genusOxystylis speciesOxystylis lutea Torrey & Frémont in J. C. Frémont, Rep. Exped. Rocky Mts., 313. 1845. Staria
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyNelumbonaceae genusNelumbo Show Lower Taxa Nelumbo lutea, Nelumbo nucifera Adanson Fam. Pl. 2: 76, 582. 1763. John. H. Wiersema Common
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  • fluviatilis (R. M. Harper) Standley N. lutea subsp. advena (Aiton) Kartesz & Gandhi N. lutea subsp. macrophylla (Small) E. O. Beal N. lutea subsp. ozarkana (G. S. Miller
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  • Taxa Artemisia globularia subsp. globularia, Artemisia globularia subsp. lutea Chamisso ex Besser Nouv. Mém. Soc. Imp. Naturalistes Moscou 3: 64. 1833.
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  • speciesPeritoma lutea (Hooker) Rafinesque Sylva Tellur., 112. 1838. Staria S. Vanderpool, Hugh H. Iltis Common names: Yellow bee-plant Basionym: Cleome lutea Hooker
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyResedaceae genusReseda speciesReseda lutea Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 449. 1753. Santiago Martín-Bravo, Gordon C. Tucker, Thomas
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  • Brayshaw Betula alleghaniensis var. macrolepis (Fernald) Brayshaw Betula lutea Betula lutea var. macrolepis Fernald Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Illustrator:
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  • John. H. Wiersema, C. Barre Hellquist EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Nuphar lutea subsp. polysepala (Endelmann) E. O. Beal Nymphaea polysepala (Engelmann)
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  • Richard E. Brainerd, Nick Otting IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Castilleja lutea A. Heller Treatment appears in FNA Volume 17. Treatment on page 600. Mentioned
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  • glabrous. Salix lutea 109 Branches yellow-gray, yellow-brown, or gray-brown; floral bracts tawny or brown; ovaries pyriform or ovoid. Salix lutea 109 Branches
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyCleomaceae genusOxystylis Show Lower Taxa Oxystylis lutea Torrey & Frémont in J. C. Frémont, Rep. Exped. Rocky Mts., 312. 1845. Staria
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  • americana Provancher Nuphar fraterna (G. S. Miller & Standley) Standley Nuphar lutea subsp. variegata (Durand) E. O. Beal Nymphaea americana (Provancher) G. S
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  • names: Nénuphar &agrave disque rouge EndemicIllustrated Synonyms: Nuphar lutea subsp. rubrodisca (Morong) Hellquist & Wiersema Nymphaea hybrida Peck Nymphaea
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  • globularia subsp. lutea (Hultén) L. M. Shultz Sida 21: 1638. 2005. Leila M. Shultz Endemic Basionym: Artemisia globularia var. lutea Hultén Fl. Alaska
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  • Miss. A white-flowered form of Aletris lutea was described as forma albiflora E. T. Browne. Hybrids of A. lutea × obovata occur commonly in intermixed
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  • Passifloraceae Turnera diffusa var. diffusa Passiflora tenuiloba Passiflora lutea Linny Heagy Linny Heagy Linny Heagy Passifloraceae Apodanthaceae Muntingiaceae
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyPlantaginaceae genusDigitalis speciesDigitalis lutea Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 622. 1753. Kerry A. Barringer, Neil A. Harriman† Common
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  • familyCyperaceae genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Ceratocystis speciesCarex lutea LeBlond Sida 16: 155, fig. 1. 1994. William J. Crins Treatment appears in
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  • American treatments in recognizing a single polymorphic species, Nuphar lutea (name of European origin), with several subspecies formerly treated as species
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  • possible occurrence of Salix lutea in Ginkgo Petrified Forest Park, Washington, needs to be investigated. Hybrids: Salix lutea forms natural hybrids with
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  • Gray Orobanche fasciculata var. franciscana Achey O. fasciculatum var. lutea (A. Gray) Achey O. fasciculata var. subulata Goodman Phelypaea fasciculata (Nuttall)
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  • Passifloraceae Turnera diffusa var. diffusa Passiflora tenuiloba Passiflora lutea Linny Heagy Linny Heagy Linny Heagy
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  • Vanderpool, Hugh H. Iltis Common names: Jones bee-plant Basionym: Cleome lutea var. jonesii J. F. Macbride Contr. Gray Herb. 65: 39. 1922 Synonyms: Cleome
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  • Miller & Standley Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 16: 97. 1912 Synonyms: Nuphar lutea subsp. ulvacea (G. S. Miller and Standley) E. O. Beal Treatment appears in
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  • Basionym: Nymphaea sagittifolia Walter Fl. Carol., 155. 1788 Synonyms: Nuphar lutea subsp. sagittifolia (Walter) E. O. Beal Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3
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  • Nymphaea orbiculata Small Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 23: 128. 1896 Synonyms: Nuphar lutea subsp. orbiculata (Small) E. O. Beal Nymphaea bombycina G. S. Miller & Standley
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  • 1833. P. L. Fiedler, R. K. Zebell IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Mariposa lutea (Douglas ex Lindley) Hoover Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Treatment
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  • -Amer. 1: 316. 1833 Synonyms: Layia glandulosa subsp. lutea D. D. Keck Layia glandulosa var. lutea (D. D. Keck) Hoover Treatment appears in FNA Volume 21
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  • Canna coccinea Miller Canna discolor Lindley Canna edulis Ker Gawler Canna lutea Miller Canna warscewiczii Dietrich Treatment appears in FNA Volume 22. Rhizomes
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  • obovoid, 7–11 mm, lobes turned slightly inward (see note under 4. Aletris lutea). Fruits: beaks abruptly narrowed distally. 2n = 26. Phenology: Flowering
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  • Central America, South America (Ecuador, Venezuela). Passiflora filipes and P. lutea are morphologically similar and closely related (E. P. Killip 1938), yet
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  • Cleomaceae Cleomaceae Cleomella angustifolia Wislizenia californica Oxystylis lutea Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Cleomaceae
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  • sometimes, but evidently they are not truly naturalized here. Corydalis lutea (Linneaus) de Candolle, reported from New York and Oregon, can be distinguished
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyPlantaginaceae genusGratiola speciesGratiola lutea Rafinesque Med. Repos., hexade 3, 2: 333. 1811. Craig C. Freeman Common names:
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  • P. lutea in leaf shape and flower appearance. However, P. affinis has nectaries on the abaxial surface of the leaves, which are absent in P. lutea. Passiflora
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  • Illustrator ⠉ Illiciaceae Nelumbonaceae Schisandraceae Illicium floridanum Nelumbo lutea Schisandra glabra John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • Synonyms: Leavenworthia exigua var. laciniata Rollins Leavenworthia exigua var. lutea Rollins Treatment appears in FNA Volume 7. Treatment on page 488. Mentioned
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  • Illustrator ⠉ Illiciaceae Nelumbonaceae Schisandraceae Illicium floridanum Nelumbo lutea Schisandra glabra John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • Golden-brodiaea IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Brodiaea lutea (Lindley) C. V. Morton Calliprora lutea Lindley Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Treatment
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