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Lomatium anomalum
anomalous biscuit-root, nine-leaved biscuit-root

Distribution: Occurring east of the Cascades crest chiefly in the southeastern counties of Washington; southeastern Washington to eastern Oregon, east to western Idaho and northwestern Montana.

Habitat: Open slopes, usually on clay soils.

Flowers: April-June

Origin: Native

Growth Duration: Perennial

Conservation Status: Not of concern

Pollination: Bees, flies, butterflies, beetles, wasps


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Accepted Name:
Lomatium anomalum M.E. Jones ex J.M. Coult. & Rose
Publication: Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. vii. 237. 1900.

Synonyms & Misapplications:
Lomatium triternatum (Pursh) J.M. Coult. & Rose var. anomalum (M.E. Jones ex J.M. Coult. & Rose) Mathias [HC, IMF3]
Additional Resources:

PNW Herbaria: Specimen records of Lomatium anomalum in the Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria database.

WA Flora Checklist: Lomatium anomalum checklist entry.

OregonFlora: Lomatium anomalum information.

E-Flora BC: Lomatium anomalum atlas page.

CalPhotos: Lomatium anomalum photos.

USDA Plants: Lomatium anomalum information.

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