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Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Evert (Apiaceae) in Montana
James P. Vanderhorst
|Statement||prepared by Jim Vanderhorst and Bonnie L. Heidel ; prepared for United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management|
|Contributions||Heidel, Bonnie L., United States. Bureau of Land Management, Montana Natural Heritage Program|
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|Pagination||[39 p.] :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Ecological Framework for Lomatium ambiguum The table below shows the species-specific information calculated from original data (BEC database) provided by the BC Ministry of Forests and Range. (Updated August, ). Lomatium dissectum Fernleaf Lomatium. Large, upright, robust, shiny green. Stems hollow. Leaf petioles on lower stem 1–12 in. with blades 6–12 in. wide, finely divided into very narrow segments to 1/2 in. long, usually coated with fine hairs. The following account is modified from Amphibian Declines: The Conservation Status of United States Species, edited by Michael Lannoo (© by the Regents of the University of California), used with permission of University of California book is available from UC Press. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer. This item appears in the following Collection(s) Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History The Bulletin, published continuously since , consists of longer monographic volumes in the field of natural sciences.
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Vanderhorst, Bonnie L. Heidel. CONSERVATION STATUS OF LOMATIUM ATTENUATUM EVERT (APIACEAE) IN MONTANA Prepared by: Jim Vanderhorst and Bonnie L. Heidel Montana Natural Heritage Program State Library East Sixth Avenue Helena, Montana Prepared for: United States Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management P.O.
Box Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Evert in Montana. Unpublished report to the Bureau of Land Management. Montana Natural Heritage Program, Helena, MT. Vanderhorst, J.
and P. Lesica. Sensitive plant survey in the Tendoy Mountains, Beaverhead County, MT. Unpublished report to the Bureau of Land Management preparted by the Montana.
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Unpublished report for the Bureau of Land Management. Vanderhorst, J.P. and P. Lesica. Sensitive plant survey in the Tendoy Mountains, Beaverhead County, Montana. Unpublished report to the Bureau of Land Management, Butte District.
Conservation Status of Lomatium Attenuatum Evert Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Evert book in Montana Montana Natural Heritage Program. Conservation Status of Lomatium Attenuatum by Montana Natural Heritage 8 / Water Resources Survey, Custer County, Montana Part 1.
Free book series. Lightbringer (3 books) Virgil Flowers (9 books). Federal status Endangered Threats Major threats to the persistence of Lomatium cookii include development, off-road vehicle use, mining, grazing, invasive species, fire suppression and the resulting woody plant encroachment, road construction, logging in adjacent forest lands, and herbicide Size: KB.
Other Statuses. NatureServe Global Conservation Status Factors. Range Extent Comments: Lomatium dissectum var. dissectum occurs in, and west of, the Cascade Range and in northern Idaho. Variety multifidum occurs in south British Columbia and to northern Wyoming, central Idaho and central Oregon and less commonly to northern Nevada and southern Idaho.
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Developing biogeographically based population introduction protocols for at-risk Willamette Valley plant species Lomatium bradshawii. that of L.
bradshawii, but. Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Evert (Apiaceae) in Montana / 5 Optimolocus Sum / 5 Wildfire succession in plant communities natural to the Alkali Creek vicinity, Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, Montana 3 / /5(4). Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Conservation status of Lomatium attenuatum Evert book (Apiaceae) in Montana () ().jpg 3, × 5,; MB Draft environmental impact statement for the interagency bison management plan for the state of Montana and Yellowstone National Park () ().jpg 2, × Category combines topics: book, date of publication, The Plants Database includes the following 87 species of Lomatium.
Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Lomatium ambiguum Wyeth biscuitroot Lomatium attenuatum tapertip desertparsley Lomatium austiniae Austin desertparsley Legal Status.
Lomatium. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 14 Set. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Lomatium in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Vernacular names. Bradshaw's lomatium, Lomatium bradshawii, was federally listed as endangered in A recovery plan was published in Current and Historical Status Bradshaw's lomatium currently extends from Clark County, Washington, to the southern end of the Willamette Valley, Oregon.
Historically, Lomatium bradshawii was poorly documented. No known. Lomatium Root is native to the area of British Columbia and Saskatchewan south to California and New Mexico all the way eastward to Wyoming and Colorado.
The flowering Lomatium plants grow to around three feet and are nearly leafless. Several of the desert parsleys look similar to the Lomatium plant, however, Lomatium Root has a unique fragrance/5(62). Status Consult the PLANTS Web site and your State Department of Natural Resources for this plant’s current status (e.g., threatened or endangered species, state noxious status, and wetland indicator values).
Description General: Carrot family (Apiaceae). Gray’s biscuitroot is a File Size: KB. Conservation Service The purpose of this technical note is to provide information about Cook’s lomatium, a federal and state-listed Endangered plant, and to provide information on how to identify the species from other co-occurring Lomatium species within its range.
Lomatium dissectum is a species of flowering plant in the carrot family known by the common name fernleaf is native to much of western North America, where it grows in varied habitat.
It is found in the eastern slopes of the Cascade Range, Rocky Mountains, Klamath Mountains, eastern Transverse Ranges and the Sierra Nevada in California. Family: Apiaceae. Lomatium canbyi is a species of flowering plant in the carrot family known by the common name Canby's biscuitroot (lúukš in the Sahaptin language and qeqíit in the Nez Perce language).It is native to the Pacific Northwest of the United States and northeast California, where it grows in sagebrush-covered plateau habitat and barren flats.
It is a perennial herb growing up to about 25 Family: Apiaceae. Lomatium dissectum Common name: Lomatium, Fern leaf, Biscuit root Family: Apiaceae Part used: Root Constituents: Volatile oil, gums, oleo-resins (terpenes & sesquiterpenes), furanocoumarins (nodakenetin, columbianin and pyranocoumarin), carbohydrates, protein, fatty acids, ascorbic acid (22%), methylamines, valeric acid Medicinal actions: Tonic, immuno-stimulant, antimicrobial (antiviral.
Lomatium dissectum should not easily be confused with other Lomatium species in Montana. It could be mistaken with Ligusticum filicinum or L.
tenuifolium, which tend to grow in more mesic um dissectum has either yellow or purplish flowers while Ligusticum flowers are white. The Shipping Weight includes the product, protective packaging material and the actual shipping box.
In addition, the Shipping Weight may be adjusted for the Dimensional Weight (e.g. length, width & height) of a /5(18). Species profile about species listing status, federal register publications, recovery, critical habitat, conservation planning, petitions, and life history U.S.
Fish & Wildlife Service ECOS Environmental Conservation Online System. The conservation status of Hericium spp. in Greece  Diamandis, S.
Hellenic Agricultural Organization-Forest Research Institute, 06 Vassilika, Greece. Biscuitroots and Desert Parsleys East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington.
The Genus Lomatium. Cous (Lomatium cous) and John Day Valley Desert Parsley (Lomatium minus) seen in bloom along US Highway 97 west of Shaniko, Oregon.
Lomatium dissectum. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 14 Set. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network.
Lomatium dissectum in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on Apr Other: The genus name, “Lomatium”, comes from the Greek “loma” for "bordered or fringed" and refers to the prominent winged fruits.
The species name, “latilobum”, means “broad lobes” and refers to the shape of the leaf. Lomatium latilobum is endemic to Grand and San Juan Counties in Utah and Mesa County in Colorado. The type.
Lomatium dissectum (Giant Lomatium) Apiaceae (Parsley Family) Semi-desert, foothills. Shrublands, woodlands, openings. Spring. Prater Ridge Trail, Mesa Verde National Park, May 2, ; Sleeping Ute Mountain, May 7, ; Dolores River Canyon, May 6, ; and Prater Ridge Trail, Mesa Verde National Park, J Clusters of tight buds open to attractive sprays of golden yellow flowers.
Lomatium columbianum Columbia Desert Parsley. Large upright clump of dense silver-gray foliage. Leaves with reddish or light brown petioles carry pinnately divided leaves. Leaflets linear to 3/4 in. long. Flowers wine red. Grows on dry rocky slopes along Columbia River. The only parsley family plant in the Pacific Northwest with this color.
Germinating Lomatium Answered by: Conrad Richter Question from: Bruce Jones, Factors Labs Posted on: Janu Do you have an info sheet on propagation and growing Lomatium dissectum. Any info you have would be helpful. Lomatium dissectum, also known as ‘coughroot’ or ‘desert-parsley’, is an important cough and cold medicine from.
Lomatium dissectum is a species of flowering plant in the Apiaceae family. It is a perennial herb reaching up to m tall and grows from a thick taproot.
Lomatium leaves are attached mostly near the base of the plant, and they spread with petioles reaching up to 30 cm long with large blades divided into many small, narrow segments.
The. National Status: N5 (29Apr) U.S. & Canada State/Province Status Due to latency between updates made in state, provincial or other NatureServe Network databases and when they appear on NatureServe Explorer, for state or provincial information you may wish to contact the data steward in your jurisdiction to obtain the most current data.
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Other: The genus name, “Lomatium”, comes from the Greek "loma" for "bordered or fringed" and refers to the prominent winged fruits. The species name, “ parryi ”, honors Charles Christopher Parry (), the first official botanist for the U.S.
Department of Agriculture and a. Cous: Lomatium cous (Synonyms: Lomatium circumdatum, Lomatium montanum) - Reported from near Tom McCall Preserve but not recently verified. Fernleaf Biscuitroot, Fernleaf Desert Parsley, Fern-leaf Desert Parsley, Fernleaf Lomatium: Lomatium dissectum var.
dissectum - Both purple and yellow forms. Leaf segments broader. One of the most widely utilized plants in Native American culture is the fern-leaved lomatium (Lomatium dissectum).
Indigenous peoples used this member of the carrot family for food, medicine and ceremonial purposes. Fern-leaved lomatium roots were boiled, dried and pounded into a flour.
The flour was mixed with water, formed into a pancake shape and. Lomatium brunsfeldianum Kemper & R.P. McNeill is pdf new species described from four populations in Idaho: the Lochsa River Canyon, North Fork of the Clearwater River Canyon, St.
Joe River Canyon.Ecological Framework for Lomatium dissectum The table below shows the species-specific information calculated from original data (BEC database) provided by the BC Ministry of Forests and Range. (Updated August, ).Native to lightly shaded banks or brushy slopes, this interesting native ebook clumps of beautiful, ferny, blue-green leaves.
The ebook has a pungent celery flavor and grows 1 ft. or so tall. The yellow-green flowers form broad umbels that reach up to 3 ft. high.
Good for brightly lit woodlands that go summer dry. Plant with Heucheras, California fescue and Iris.