3 edition of Keys and charts for California species of Atriplex found in the catalog.
Keys and charts for California species of Atriplex
Beryl O. Schreiber
|Statement||by Beryl O. Schreiber.|
|Series||Technical note / California Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture -- no. 8., Technical note (California Forest and Range Experiment Station) -- no. 8.|
|Contributions||California Forest and Range Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 leaves :|
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Species & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Published on the internet. Accessed: Sept. International Plant Names Index. Atriplex pacifica. Published online. Accessed Apr. 12 The Plant List Atriplex pacifica in The Plant List Version Published on the internet. Accessed: Apr. Atriplex. Hierarchical position of the Genus Atriplex. Individual specimen entries are published in the sample database supplied with The Compleat Botanica for species or varieties of this supra-generic taxon. Additional information is available in the commercial version of The Compleat Botanica software for species with this symbol.. For a description of the methodology followed in establishing this.
Native: indigenous. Non-native: introduced (intentionally or unintentionally); has become naturalized. County documented: documented to exist in the county by evidence (herbarium specimen, photograph). Also covers those considered historical (not seen in 20 years. Atriplex johnstonii C.B. Wolf: Johnson's saltbush Species: Atriplex nummularia Lindl. – bluegreen saltbush Jepson Interchange (University of California - Berkeley) (ATNU) Wildlife. Food. Source Large Mammals Small Mammals Water Birds Terrestrial Birds; Cover.
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Key to Atriplex. View taxon page for Atriplex (For a list of species in Atriplex, use the above link.) Jepson Manual glossary definitions can be seen by moving your cursor over words underlined with dots.
SPECIES: Atriplex gardneri GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Gardner's saltbush is a native, spreading, low-growing, evergreen, perennial subshrub. It grows from 8 to 20 inches ( cm) in height and has alternate leaves to inches ( mm) long.
Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson Show All Show Tabs Species: Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson – leafcover saltweed (University of California - Berkeley) (ATPH) Wildlife.
Food. Source Large Mammals Small Mammals Water Birds Terrestrial Birds; Cover. Atriplex nitens Schkuhr, nom. illeg. hoary orache Species: Atriplex hortensis L. – garden orache Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status (University of California - Berkeley) (ATHO) Kemper Center for Home Gardening (ATHO).
formal identification keys for diagnostic identification. For full contemporary species descriptions, diagnostic characters, and keys to the genera and species, the following sources are currently () recommended: Hickman, J.C., ed.
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PLANTS Interactive ID Keys. Grasses ()Legumes ()Gymnosperms; Wetland Monocots; Ericaceae; ON-LINE VERSION: The application runs on-line in a new browser window and does not load any executable files onto your computer. Best viewed in Internet Explorer.
DOWNLOAD VERSION: The application runs off-line in your browser and does not load any executable files onto your computer. There are no Symposium presentations associated with this species yet. Other Atriplex semibaccata Information. CalPhotos - Images of plants taken mostly in California. Calflora - See the distribution of this species on Calflora's map of California.
CalWeedMapper - Distribution information with ability to determine regional priorities. PLANTS Identification Keys: Plant Materials Web Site: Plant Materials Publications The Plants Database includes the following species of Atriplex. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.
Atriplex californica California saltbush Atriplex calotheca halberdleaf orach Atriplex canescens. Key to genera revised by Elizabeth H. Zacharias to incorporate Extriplex and Stutzia, 2 genera segregated from Atriplex.
eFlora Treatment Author: Mihai Costea, family description, key to genera, revised by Thomas J. Rosatti & Elizabeth H. Zacharias, except as noted Scientific Editor: Bruce G. Baldwin, David J. Keil, Thomas J. Rosatti. Conservation Trees and Shrub Pocket ID Guide (PDF; MB) -This book was developed by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service as an aid in identifying trees and shrubs and to aid in their use for conservation purposes.
Jepson eFlora: Key page: Vascular Plants of California Key to families | Table of families and genera: Key to Atriplex View taxon page for Atriplex (For a list of species in Atriplex, use the above link.) Jepson Manual glossary definitions can be seen by moving your cursor over words underlined with dots.
Shrub or subshrub; main stem. Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation. [web application]. [web application]. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization]. Atriplex canescens var. gigantea Welsh & Stutz [,] Atriplex canescens var.
laciniata Parish Atriplex canescens var. linearis (S. Wats.) Munz [,] Atriplex canescens var. macilenta Jepson. Ploidy levels within fourwing saltbush range from 2n to 12n and form a partial basis for segregation of infrataxa [,].
It occurs from western Texas northwest to California, Oregon, and Montana, and northeast from Texas to North Dakota. Shadscale saltbush possesses wider ecological amplitude than most Atriplex species, and shows ploidy levels from diploid (2x) to decaploid (10x).
Morphological subdivisions can be made in relation to environmental constraints. In this revised taxonomy, Atriplex californica, Atriplex joaquinana moved to Extriplex, Atriplex covillei to Stutzia, both new genera [Zacharias & Baldwin Syst Bot 35(4)].
Kranz anatomy (observable at 10 ×, sometimes only after scraping off scaly, mealy, or powdery layer) characterized by veins that are darker green than rest of. Atriplex spinifera, a dicot, is a shrub that is native to California and and is endemic (limited) to California.
Plant Distribution. Observation Search ( records) Plant Characteristics. Bloom Period Photos from CalPhotos / Calflora. Family: CHENOPODIACEAE. Atriplex coulteri, a dicot, is a perennial herb that is native to California and Baja California.
California Rare Plant Rank: 1B.2 (rare, threatened, or endangered in CA and elsewhere). CNPS Inventory. The lower leaves are important for identification.
Unfortunately, they are often shed by fruiting. Most species of Atriplex produce two types of fruits—brown fruits and black fruits. The brown fruits (ranging in color from brown to red-brown or yellow-brown) are larger, compressed, possess a radical, and have a dull or barely glossy, somewhat soft outer surface.The Atriplex species tolerate and remove the excess salts by bladders in their leaves that act as salt sinks, keeping the salt from the plant cells.
As the old leaves are shed or eaten the salt is removed from the plant. Atriplex confertiflora can handle 30 ppm Boron in solution.
(Most plants burn out at ppm.Discussion. Species ca. (62 in the flora). Many species of Atriplex are halophytic, others occupy soils low in dissolved particulates.
Prior to the s, the genus Suckleya was treated within Atriplex, but its obcompressed fruiting bracteoles are quite unlike anything in Atriplex, and the plants were recognized as a distinct genus.