Argemone pinnatisecta (G.B.Ownbey) S.D.Cerv. & C.D.Bailey, 2010 (redirected from: Argemone pleiacantha var. pinnatisecta)
Family: Papaveraceae
[Argemone pleiacantha subsp. pinnatisecta G.B.Ownbey,  more]
Argemone pinnatisecta image
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Stems 6-10 dm. Leaf blades: proximal lobed 4/5 distance to midrib; distal not clasping. Inflorescences: bud prickles simple. Capsules sparingly prickly. Flowering spring-summer; fruiting summer-fall. Dry hills, pinyon-juniper zone; of conservation concern; 1900-2200 m; N.Mex. This subspecies is restricted to the west slope of the Sacramento Mountains in New Mexico.

Argemone pinnatisecta image
Patrick Alexander  
Argemone pinnatisecta image
Patrick Alexander  
Argemone pinnatisecta image
Patrick Alexander  
Argemone pinnatisecta image
Patrick Alexander  
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This project made possible by National Science Foundation Award 1410069