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Lomatium bradshawii
Bradshaw's desert-parsley
WTU specimens
Other herbaria

Distribution: Willamette Valley of Oregon from near Salem to near Eugene.

Habitat: Low, moist ground.

Flowers: May

Origin: Native

Conservation Status: Endangered in Washington (WANHP)

Description:
General:

Glabrous, acaulescent perennial from a long, slender taproot, 2-6.5 dm. tall.

Leaves:

Leaves ternate-pinnately dissected into linear or filiform segments 3-10 mm. long and up to 1 mm. wide.

Flowers:

Inflorescence a compound umbel, the rays unequal, 4-13 mm. long; with usually only 2-5 fertile flowers; involucre wanting; bractlets of the involucel ternately or bi-ternately divided; calyx teeth obsolete, flowers yellow.

Fruits:

Fruit glabrous, 8-13 mm. long and 5-7 mm. wide, the corky-thickened lateral wings half as wide as and the same color as the body.

Accepted Name:
Lomatium bradshawii (Rose ex Mathias) Mathias & Constance

Synonyms & Misapplications:
Leptotaenia bradshawii Rose ex Mathias
Additional Resources:

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

WA Flora Checklist: Lomatium bradshawii checklist entry.

E-Flora BC: Lomatium bradshawii atlas page.

CalPhotos: Lomatium bradshawii photos.

USDA Plants: Lomatium bradshawii information.

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