Primula cusickiana var. maguirei (L.O.Williams) N.H.Holmgren & S.Kelso
Family: Primulaceae
Maguire's Primrose
[Primula maguirei L.O.Williams]
Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
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Plants glabrous except for white farina on involucral bracts and calyces. Leaves shorter than scape; blade spatulate, margins subentire. Corolla tubes 7-10 mm, length 1.5-2 times calyx. Flowering summer. Cliff faces and ledges; of conservation concern; 1500 m; Utah. Variety maguirei is known from Logan Canyon. It is distinguished from other members of the complex by its more-spatulate, almost entire leaf blades. It was federally listed as threatened in 1985.

Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
Michael Piep  
Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
Michael Piep  
Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
Michael Piep  
Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
Michael Piep  
Primula cusickiana var. maguirei image
Michael Piep  
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