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ERIOGONUM CEDRORUM (POLYGONACEAE: ERIOGONOIDEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM NORTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

James L. Reveal and Roger Raiche
Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas
Vol. 3, No. 2 (25 NOVEMBER 2009), pp. 479-483
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41971826
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ERIOGONUM CEDRORUM (POLYGONACEAE: ERIOGONOIDEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM NORTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA
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Abstract

Eriogonum cedrorum of the subg. Oligogonum is proposed and illustrated for a localized endemic confined to The Cedars area of Sonoma Co., California. The new species, allied to E. nervulosum, differs from that species in having bright yellow flowers that are on shorter stipes but associated with longer involucres. Se propone y se ilustra Eriogonum cedrorum del subg. Oligogonum para un endemismo confinado al área de The Cedars del condado de Sonoma, California. La nueva especie, emparentada con E. nervulosum, difiere de esta última por tener flores amarillo brillante que están en estipes más cortas pero asociadas con involucros más largos.

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