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Cottonwood Populus balsamifera Willow Salix spp. Forbes Roundleaf sundew Drosera rotundifolia Rush Juncus spp. Nootka lupine Lupinus nootkatensis Fireweed Epilobium angustifolium Red willow-herb Epilobium latifolium Ferns Woodfern Dryopteris sp. Pondweed Potamogenton ...
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Eco Field Guide: Plants
Land Use Earth Day Glossary Books & Links Homework Help >> Wildlife >> Eco Field Guide >> Plants Arctic lupine Lupinus arcticus Arctic poppy Papaver radicatum Arctic willow Chondrus crispus Buttercup Ranunculus sp Common milkweed Asclepias ...
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Northern organisms
Arctic poppy Papaver radicatum, P. lapponicum Arctic tern Sterna paradisaea Arctic willow Chondrus crispus Arctic lupine Lupinus arcticus Boreal chorus frog Pseudacris maculata Bowhead whale Balaena mysticetus Buttercup Ranunculus sp Canadian toad ...
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National Geographic: Lewis & ClarkóDiscoveriesóPlants
Globe Mallow Sphaeralcea coccinea Seashore Lupine Lupinus littoralis Showy Phlox Phlox speciosa Shrubby Beardtongue Penstemon fruticosus Silky Lupine Lupinus sericeus Silver Sage Artemisia cana Silvery Buffaloberry Shepherdia argentea Silvery Lupine Lupinus argenteus Sitka Alder Alnus sinuata ...
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NatureServe: Credits
Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda), Parrot Pitcher-plant (Sarracenia psittacina), Sandhill Rosemary (Ceratiola ericoides), Skyblue Lupine (Lupinus diffusus), Small Whorled Pogonia (Isotria medeoloides), Wavy-leaf Purple Coneflower (Echinacea simulata), Yellow Pitcher-plant ...
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Listing of Native Wildflowers, Grasses and Sedges by their common names
Wild Ginger - Asarum canadense Wild Golden Glow - Rudbeckia lacinata Wild Licorice - Glycyrrhiza lepidota Wild Lupine - Lupinus perennis Wild Petunia - Ruelia humilis Wild Quinine - Parthenium integrifolium Wild Rose - Rosa spp. (shrubby) Wild ...
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EEK! -Karner Blue Butterfly Lifecycle
Larvae emerge in April from eggs that have overwintered and feed on wild lupine, Lupinus perennis, the only known larval food plant of the butterfly. The larvae are often attended ... in late May or early June. The butterfly then mates and lays eggs on the lupine plant. The second brood of butterflies emerge mid-July to early August. Their eggs over ...
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Fender
Fender's blue butterfly, although its caterpillars have been observed on alternate food sources such as the Sickle keeled lupine (Lupinus albicaulis) and the Spurred lupine (Lupinus laxiflorus). Kincaid's lupine co-occurs in 27 out of the 32 sites ...
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Discover the Amazing Story of Arctic lupine
Arctic lupine Discover the amazing story of the Arctic lupine (Lupinus arcticus) in Our Amazing Treasures, by the Canadian Museum of Nature. Arctic Lupine, Lupinus arcticus Amazing Story! This Arctic lupine grew from a 10,000- year-old seed! In 1967, Canadian Museum of Nature staff proved that 10,000 year-old seeds of Lupinus ...
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Find out What's in A Name when it comes to Arctic lupine
Arctic lupine Discover the amazing story of the Arctic lupine (Lupinus arcticus) in Our Amazing Treasures, by the Canadian Museum of Nature. Arctic Lupine, Lupinus arcticus What's in a Name? Illustration: A.E. Porsild and W.J. Cody. (1980). Vascular Plants of Continental Northwest Territories, Canada. National Museum of Natural Sciences. The name Lupinus ...
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