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  • columbianum subsp. viviparum Aconitum delphiniifolium Aconitum maximum Aconitum maximum subsp. maximum Aconitum reclinatum Aconitum uncinatum Actaea Actaea pachypoda
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  • Aconitum columbianum subsp. viviparum Aconitum delphiniifolium Aconitum maximum subsp. maximum Aconitum reclinatum Aconitum uncinatum Acorus calamus Acroptilon
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  • Cerastium fischerianum, Cerastium fontanum, Cerastium glomeratum, Cerastium maximum, Cerastium nutans, Cerastium pumilum, Cerastium regelii, Cerastium semidecandrum
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  • familyRanunculaceae genusAconitum speciesAconitum maximum Show Lower Taxa Aconitum maximum subsp. maximum Pallas ex de Candolle Syst. Nat. 1: 380. 1817. D
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  • groenlandicum, Rhododendron lapponicum, Rhododendron macrophyllum, Rhododendron maximum, Rhododendron minus, Rhododendron occidentale, Rhododendron periclymenoides
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  • cymbalaria, Lithophragma glabrum, Lithophragma heterophyllum, Lithophragma maximum, Lithophragma parviflorum, Lithophragma tenellum, Lithophragma trifoliatum
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  • Aconitum maximum subsp. maximum (category Aconitum maximum)
    familyRanunculaceae genusAconitum speciesAconitum maximum subspeciesAconitum maximum subsp. maximum D. E. Brink, J. A. Woods Illustrated Treatment appears
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  • Show Lower Taxa Aconitum columbianum, Aconitum delphiniifolium, Aconitum maximum, Aconitum reclinatum, Aconitum uncinatum Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 532. 175.
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  • sometimes beech forests, associated with Kalmia latifolia or Rhododendron maximum Elevation: (20-)500-1800 m Generated Map Legacy Map Ala., Ga., Ky., Md.
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  • Anthemideae genusLeucanthemum Show Lower Taxa Leucanthemum lacustre, Leucanthemum maximum, Leucanthemum vulgare Miller Gard. Dict. Abr. ed. 4, vol. 2. 1754. John
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  • subfamilyEricaceae subfam. Ericoideae genusRhododendron speciesRhododendron maximum Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 392. 1753 ,. Walter S. Judd, Kathleen A. Kron Common
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  • 10–100 [minimum–maximum]; (3–)10–75(–100) [(rare extreme–)usual minimum–usual maximum(–rare extreme)]; 10–20–100 [minimum–mean–maximum]. For Salix distribution
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  • (May–Jul). Habitat: Acidic soils, often along creeks beneath Rhododendron maximum, deciduous or mixed deciduous-conifer forests Elevation: 400-1300 m Generated
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familySaxifragaceae genusLithophragma speciesLithophragma maximum Bacigalupi Aliso 5: 349, fig. 1. 1963 (as maxima) ,. Roy L. Taylor Common
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  • subfamilyCaryophyllaceae subfam. Alsinoideae genusCerastium speciesCerastium maximum Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 439. 1753. John K. Morton Common names: Great mouse-ear
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  • (Pinus strobus), or tulip poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), Rhododendron maximum, R. minus, and Kalmialatifolia Elevation: 200-700 m Generated Map Legacy
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  • Chrysosplenium americanum, reporting a maximum dispersal distance of 40 cm in the laboratory. R. M. Weber (1979) reported a maximum dispersal distance of 30 cm for
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  • common in moister forests downslope, often associated with Rhododendron maximum Elevation: 500-1500 m Generated Map Legacy Map Ga., N.C., S.C., Tenn. Gaylussacia
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  • bluffs or ravines, deciduous forests, with Kalmia latifolia and Rhododendron maximum Elevation: 500-1000 m Generated Map Legacy Map N.C., S.C. Of conservation
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  • Endemic Synonyms: Cerastium arvense subsp. maximum (Hollick & Britton) Ugborogho Cerastium arvense var. maximum Hollick & Britton Treatment appears in FNA
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  • tribeAsteraceae tribe Anthemideae genusLeucanthemum speciesLeucanthemum maximum (Ramond) de Candolle in A. P. de Candolle and A. L. P. P. de Candolle, Prodr
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  • in the flora). Anoda is predominantly Mexican in both distribution and maximum diversity, the South American occurrences being predominantly of the weedy
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  • cm broad, as broad as long or longer; only tip of umbo curved outward; maximum seed width ca. 12 mm. Pinus torreyana subsp. torreyana 1 Crown of sheltered
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  • the flora). Arnica is circumboreal, predominantly montane, and exhibits maximum species diversity in western North America. It includes common and very
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  • in humid escarpment gorges, generally in deep shade under Rhododendron maximum Elevation: 200-600 m Generated Map Legacy Map N.C. Of conservation concern
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  • (incised to midvein). As LII typically diminishes towards the leaf apex, maximum LII is usually used. Leaves on extension shoots are often larger, more deeply
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  • All measurements were taken from pressed, dried specimens. Generally, the maximum width of a fresh leaf would be about one and one half times that reported
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  • streams, mountain ravines, moist slopes, often associated with Rhododendron maximum Elevation: 200-2000 m Generated Map Legacy Map Ala., Ga., N.C., S.C., Tenn
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  • specimens. The width of the leaf shrinks in pressing and drying; generally the maximum width of a fresh leaf could be about one and one half that reported here
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  • Elisens 1985) within the Maurandya clade (Maurandyinae). Bayesian and maximum likelihood analyses of nuclear ITS data in Antirrhineae (M. Fernández-Mazuecos
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  • are present in the flora, Table 1 summarizes their dispositions among the maximum number of segregate families in recent use. Whether ranked as families or
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  • Cronquist (1994) noted that 18 is high by his count; he reported 12 as the maximum number for the specimens he sampled and that fits the specimens I have counted
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  • increasing distally. The number of leaflets in the distal interval (the maximum number per leaf) can help separate species, for example, A. gryposepala
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  • Map Legacy Map B.C., Calif., Oreg., Wash. Rhododendron macrophyllum, R. maximum, and R. catawbiense represent subg. Hymenanthes (Blume) K. Koch in North
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  • a fossil-calibrated relaxed clock dating analysis showed the estimated maximum age of V. guadalupensis to be (5.7–)8.6(–11.6) million years. None. None
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  • Dak., R.I., S.Dak., Utah, Vt., Wis., Wyo. It is assumed that after the maximum glaciation, recolonization of most glaciated areas by subsp. glauca spread
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  • but in fact P. validulus sometimes has as few as six stamens, and has maximum leaf and petal lengths greater than those found in P. thompsonii. None.
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  • Ohio, Pa., S.Dak., Vt., Va., W.Va., Wis. It is assumed that after the maximum glaciation, this North American subspecies spread from an eastern refugium
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  • alaxensis and Salix planifolia were ca. 5 m tall and 20 cm in diameter. The maximum age for a stem 10 cm in diameter was 60 years, but at this age there was
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  • North Carolina have been named forma insularis Coker. Rare hybrids with R. maximum have been reported by A. E. Radford et al. (1968) (R. ×wellesleyanum Waterer
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  • Davis Mountains (1500 m; maximum 2591m) on Baffin Island, which are partially glaciered, the Torngat Mountains (1200 m; maximum 1595 m; fig. 1.4) in northern
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  • only to define the relative size of the pith. Tubercle diameter is the maximum measurement of the cross section at midpoint between the base and apex of
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  • in many localities; the distribution stated above may be the historical maximum, rather than current, North American distribution. The saponin-containing
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  • leaves longer (14.8 versus 8 cm) and wider (5.5 versus 3.1 cm) than the maximum lengths and widths cited by D. M. Fabijan et al. (1987). None. None. window
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  • size variation. The depth and sharpness of the lobes is variable, with a maximum in the proportionately broadest leaves, these having been called C. anisophylla
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  • 1987; J.A. Wolfe 1987b). Leaf size was commonly of the notophyll class (maximum size 45 cm²), intermediate between the microphylls (20 cm²) indicative of
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  • existence of a regional maximum in summer temperatures at high latitudes in Beringia 10,000 years ago, a climatic phenomenon related to maximum seasonal contrast
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  • shores of karst ponds where it may be aspect dominant along the edge of the maximum pool. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"genus","name":"Lachnocaulon"
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  • another, are most successful in the long run if they always produce the maximum amount of seed that the environment permits. In poor seasons the individual
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  • 1981. Seasonal Reconstructions of the Earth's Surface at the Last Glacial Maximum. Boulder. [Geol. Soc. Amer. Map Chart Ser. MC-36.] Climat. Change = Climatic
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