Difference between revisions of "Cirsium eatonii"

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Variety eatonii is distributed on various of the sky islands in the Basin and Range province of Nevada and Utah. Habitats vary from shaded forest understory sites to forest openings or open exposed sites.
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Variety clokeyi is endemic to the Spring Range of Clark County. Its range overlaps that of Cirsium arizonicum var. tenuisectum but no hybrids between the two are known.

Revision as of 19:08, 28 November 2013


Variety clokeyi is endemic to the Spring Range of Clark County. Its range overlaps that of Cirsium arizonicum var. tenuisectum but no hybrids between the two are known.