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Astragalus pulsiferae
Ames's milk-vetch

Distribution: Known only from Mt. Adams and Klickitat County in Washington; Occurring in the northern Sierra Nevada of California and adjacent Nevada; not reported from Oregon.

Habitat: Sandy and gravelly flats in sagebrush and open pine forests on basalt.

Flowers: June-July

Origin: Native

Growth Duration: Perennial

Conservation Status: Endangered in Washington (WANHP)

Pollination: Bumblebees, bees, butterflies


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Accepted Name:
Astragalus pulsiferae A. Gray
Publication: Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 10: 69. 1875. 1875.

Synonyms & Misapplications:
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Additional Resources:

PNW Herbaria: Specimen records of Astragalus pulsiferae in the Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria database

WA Flora Checklist: Astragalus pulsiferae checklist entry

OregonFlora: Astragalus pulsiferae information

E-Flora BC: Astragalus pulsiferae atlas page

CalPhotos: Astragalus pulsiferae photos

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