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Family = Apiaceae, Genus = Lomatium, Species = dissectum, including synonyms,

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Lomatium dissectum   (fern-leaf biscuitroot, fern-leaved desert-parsley)  
(= Lomatium dissectum in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Robust perennial from a very large, woody taproot, the several ascending, glabrous stems 5-15 dm. tall.
Distribution: Widely distributed throughout much of Washington; British Columbia south to California, east to the Rocky Mountains and to the Great Plains of Canada.
Habitat: Common in deeper soil in shrub-steppe; occasional in mountain meadows.
Origin: Native



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