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  • Chenopodium foggii, Chenopodium hians, Chenopodium leptophyllum, Chenopodium pallescens, Chenopodium pratericola, Chenopodium subglabrum (Standley) Clemants &
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  • holmenii, Hypnum imponens, Hypnum jutlandicum, Hypnum lindbergii, Hypnum pallescens, Hypnum plicatulum, Hypnum pratense, Hypnum procerrimum, Hypnum recurvatum
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  • longisetum, Ptychostomum neodamense, Ptychostomum nitidulum, Ptychostomum pallescens, Ptychostomum pendulum, Ptychostomum pseudotriquetrum, Ptychostomum reedii
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  • Carex bushii, Carex caroliniana, Carex complanata, Carex hirsutella, Carex pallescens, Carex swanii, Carex torreyi, Carex virescens Dumortier Fl. Belg., 147
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  • barbatus, Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. brunneus, Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. pallescens, Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. tenuis, Cordylanthus tenuis subsp. viscidus
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  • genusDichelyma Show Lower Taxa Dichelyma capillaceum, Dichelyma falcatum, Dichelyma pallescens, Dichelyma uncinatum Myrin Kongl. Vetensk. Acad. Handl. 1832: 273, plates
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  • genusCastilleja speciesCastilleja pallescens Show Lower Taxa Castilleja pallescens var. inverta, Castilleja pallescens var. pallescens (A. Gray) Greenman Bot. Gaz
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  • cuyamacae, Delphinium hesperium subsp. hesperium, Delphinium hesperium subsp. pallescens A. Gray Bot. Gaz. 12: 53. 1887. Michael J. Warnock Endemic Treatment appears
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  • flexuosa Muhlenberg ex Elliott Xyris flexuosa var. pallescens (Mohr) Barnhart Xyris pallescens Kunth Xyris torta var. pallescens C. Mohr Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • Castilleja oresbia, Castilleja organorum, Castilleja ornata, Castilleja pallescens, Castilleja pallida, Castilleja parviflora, Castilleja parvula, Castilleja
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  • glyceria American mannagrass Endemic Synonyms: Glyceria maxima subsp. grandis Pallescens Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment on page 71. Plants perennial
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  • Echinata speciesDelphinium hesperium subspeciesDelphinium hesperium subsp. pallescens (Ewan) H. F. Lewis & Epling Brittonia 8: 10. 1954. Michael J. Warnock
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  • genusCordylanthus speciesCordylanthus tenuis subspeciesCordylanthus tenuis subsp. pallescens (Pennell) T. I. Chuang & Heckard Syst. Bot. Monogr. 10: 55. 1986. Kerry
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyFontinalaceae genusDichelyma speciesDichelyma pallescens Schimper in P. Bruch and W. P. Schimper, Bryol. Europ. 5: 24. 1846. Bruce
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  • genusHypnum speciesHypnum pallescens (Hedwig) P. Beauvois Prodr. Aethéogam., 67. 1805. Wilfred B. Schofield† Basionym: Leskea pallescens Hedwig Sp. Musc. Frond
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  • Chenopodium subsectionChenopodium subsect. Leptophylla speciesChenopodium pallescens Standley in N. L. Britton et al., N. Amer. Fl. 21: 15. 1916. Steven E
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  • Delphinium gypsophilum is sometimes confused with D. hesperium subsp. pallescens, D. recurvatum, and the white-flowered phases of D. hansenii subsp. kernense
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  • Crins Common names: Water foxtail Vulpin genicule Synonyms: Alopecurus pallescens Treatment appears in FNA Volume 24. Treatment on page 784. Illustrator:
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  • 110. 1990. Janice Coffey Swab Introduced Synonyms: Juncus pallescens Wahlenberg Luzula pallescens (Wahlenberg) Besser Treatment appears in FNA Volume 22.
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  • Illustrated Synonyms: Juncus acuminatus var. legitimus Engelmann Juncus pallescens A. W. Wood Juncus pondii Treatment appears in FNA Volume 22. Illustrator:
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  • boottii var. brachyphylla (Chapman ex Torrey & A. Gray) A. Gray Solidago pallescens C. Mohr Treatment appears in FNA Volume 20. Treatment on page 133. Mentioned
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  • amplexicaule (Nuttall) Greene Vagnera amplexicaulis (Nuttall) Greene Vagnera pallescens Greene Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Treatment on page 209. Stems
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  • (E. intermedia), Mojave dotted-blue (E. mojave), pallid dotted-blue (E. pallescens), Rita dotted-blue (E. rita), Spalding’s dotted-blue (E. spaldingi), Gorgon
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  • 15 Seeds 1.4-1.6 mm diam.; well-grown plants more than 4 dm Chenopodium pallescens 15 Seeds 0.9-11.1 mm diam.; plants chiefly less than 4 dm Chenopodium
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  • Castilleja pallescens var. pallescens (category Castilleja pallescens)
    familyOrobanchaceae genusCastilleja speciesCastilleja pallescens varietyCastilleja pallescens var. pallescens J. Mark Egger, Peter F. Zika, Barbara L. Wilson
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  • stem base puberulent with short arched hairs. Delphinium hesperium subsp. pallescens 2 Sepal color and stem pubescence similar to that of other individuals
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  • Castilleja pallescens var. inverta (category Castilleja pallescens)
    familyOrobanchaceae genusCastilleja speciesCastilleja pallescens varietyCastilleja pallescens var. inverta (A. Nelson & J. F. Macbride) Edwin Leafl. W
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  • familyCyperaceae genusCarex sectionCarex sect. Porocystis speciesCarex pallescens Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 977. 1753. Peter W. Ball Common names: Carex pâle
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  • speciesPtychostomum pallescens (Schleicher ex Schwagrichen) J. R. Spence Phytologia 87: 21. 2005. John R. Spence Illustrated Basionym: Bryum pallescens Schleicher
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  • three-ranked leaves with long-excurrent costae. Dichelyma falcatum and D. pallescens can be separated from D. capillaceum by their larger plants and strongly
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  • Froelichia floridana var. campestris (Small) Fernald Froelichia floridana var. pallescens Moquin-Tandon Treatment appears in FNA Volume 4. Treatment on page 447
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  • widespread and variable complex similar in growth form and coloration to C. pallescens and related species. However, C. pilosa is distinguished with relative
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  • features, Campylophyllum is similar to certain Hypnum species, such as H. pallescens and H. recurvatum, rather than to species of Campyliadelphus or Campylium
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  • varieties of C. pallescens, which also occur in sagebrush habitats. Castilleja oresbia has longer calyx lobes and softer pubescence than C. pallescens var. pallescens
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  • food plants for subspecies of the rare pallid blue butterfly (Euphilotes pallescens). Also found on this species is the cythera metalmark (Apodemia mormo
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  • Nevada and the Tehachapi Mountains, and probably with D. hesperium subsp. pallescens in Coast Ranges. For a summary on the possible hybrid origin of D. gypsophilum
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  • a dozen localities. It apparently hybridizes with D. hesperium subsp. pallescens. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"species","name":"Delphinium
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  • hansenii has been confused with D. gypsophilum and with D. hesperium subsp. pallescens. Other than seeds, pubescence of long hairs and smaller flowers present
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  • dotted-blue butterfly (Euphilotes pallescens pallescens) and the Sand Mountain blue butterfly (Euphilotes pallescens arenamontana) is an unprotected subspecies
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  • individuals of D. hansenii, as well as D. gypsophilum and D. hesperium subsp. pallescens. The massive roots with prominent buds readily distinguish D. inopinum
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  • same length as those of the other species but much broader. Dichelyma pallescens is often confused with D. falcatum, but the latter usually occurs on bark
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  • food plant for the rare pallid dotted-blue butterfly (Euphilotes pallescens pallescens). According to M. L. Zigmond (1981), the Kawaiisu pounded the seeds
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  • Pylaisiadelpha tenuirostris is superficially similar to some specimens of Hypnum pallescens (Hypnaceae), a commonly sporophyte-bearing species with conic opercula
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  • also known with D. gypsophilum subsp. parviflorum, D. hesperium subsp. pallescens, D. umbraculorum, and D. variegatum. Delphinium parryi subsp. parryi may
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  • most likely to be confused with D. gypsophilum or D. hesperium subsp. pallescens. Distinguishing features are found in discussions of those taxa. None
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  • is a circumpolar arctic-boreal species similar to P. creberrimum and P. pallescens in habit, but the plants are smaller and have a strongly reduced peristome
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  • Delphinium uliginosum is very local. Hybrids with D. hesperium subsp. pallescens have been seen. Delphinium uliginosum is a very distinctive species, not
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  • habitats. Carex conoidea often grows with C. buxbaumii, C. tetanica, and C. pallescens. Several previous authors have regarded Carex katahdinensis as distinct
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  • condition and narrower yellowish leaf border. It is similar also to P. pallescens, which is autoicous and has larger spores and elongate-ovate segment perforations
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