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ATRIPLEX ASTEROCARPA (CHENOPODIACEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM SOUTHERN UTAH AND NORTHERN ARIZONA
Howard C. Stutz, Ge-Lin Chu and Stewart C. Sanderson
Vol. 41, No. 3 (JULY-SEPTEMBER 1994), pp. 199-204
Published by: California Botanical Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41425016
Page Count: 6
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Atriplex asterocarpa is a newly described annual species from southern Utah and northern Arizona. It occurs most often on slopes of the Chinle Formation. It is morphologically closest to A. saccaria but differs in its long-petioled leaves, globose fruiting bracts and indurate, sharp-pointed, conical fruiting-bract appendages.
Madroño © 1994 California Botanical Society