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|date of photo Apr 1, 1968
location not providedfamily Papaveraceaenotes poppyCalAcademy slide # T 13962photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Check the Plants Database (USDA website)View Encyclopedia of Life record for Arctomecon californicaView all photos in CalPhotos of Arctomecon californica Check Google Images for Arctomecon californica |
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|1. ||Reviewed by James Morefield Feb 12, 2001|
|Action: changed name from "Arctomecon merriamii" to "Arctomecon californica
| ||"A. merriamii has white flowers, A. californica has yellow flowers with umbellately branched inflorescences and about 6 petals. Location most likely Clark County, Nevada, possibly Mohave County, Arizona. The epithet "californica" was assigned when Las Vegas was part of the Mexican territory of California; A. californica has never been found in the modern State of California.|
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