Difference between revisions of "Cirsium inamoenum"

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Variety inamoenum grows from the rainshadow slopes of the Sierra Nevada and Cascades eastward across the northern Basin and Range province to the mountains of southern Idaho, western Wyoming, and northeastern Utah. On the slopes of Steens Mountain in eastern Oregon it forms hybrids with Cirsium eatonii var. peckii. In the Snake Range it apparently hybridizes with C. eatonii var. viperinum.
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Variety davisii occurs in the northern Great Basin region and adjacent mountains from northern Nevada and southern Idaho to eastern Wyoming and northern Utah.

Revision as of 20:07, 28 November 2013


Variety davisii occurs in the northern Great Basin region and adjacent mountains from northern Nevada and southern Idaho to eastern Wyoming and northern Utah.