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Aristolochia wrightii var. wrightii; Wright's Dutchmans's Pipe   

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Aristolochia wrightii var. wrightii
Aristolochia wrightii var. wrightii
Wright's Dutchmans's Pipe
Photographer: E. Wynn Anderson

ID: 0000 0000 0814 0007 (2014-08-01)

Copyright © 2014 Wynn Anderson

 
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  • date of photo  May 14, 2013
  • latitude 30.32770   longitude 108.09940     View on Google Maps.
  • location   road along westside of Rio Piedras Verdes, 2.0 miles north of Mormon Temple in Colonia Juarez (Mcp. Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico)
  • family Aristolochiaceae
  • plant community   river riparian with Salix, Platanus, transition to open cultivated fields at roadside banked fence line, in sandy loam at 1555 m
  • notes   unusual population with distinctive 3 lobed corollas of 2 small 'bow tie'-like lobes at either side of tube throat below the normal elongate (to 6 cm) staph-like lobe of the species, Further study needed to determine possible varietal status. Note tube throat open.
  • keywords: CDR, Chihuahuan Desert
  • contributor's ID #  CDR 409
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Wright's Dutchmans's Pipe (photographer)
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