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Last updated 7/18/2022 by David Giblin.
Boykinia intermedia (Piper) G.N. Jones[FNA8, HC2]

Publication: Bot. Surv. Olympic Penins. 168. 1936.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: WTU

Notes: FNA8: "Specimens considered to represent Boykinia intermedia from northern Idaho (R. Bacigalupi 1952; F. D. Johnson and R. Steele 1978) were regarded as B. major by R. J. Gornall and B. A. Bohm (1985); they require further study. Boykinia intermedia differs from that species in its stoloniferous habit, smaller stipules, a campanulate rather than saucer-shaped hypanthium, a shorter free-hypanthium, petals tapered rather than contracted abruptly to a claw and with plane rather than undulate margins, a more pyramidal inflorescence, and an absence of polymethylated flavonols."

References: (none)

Synonyms & Misapplied Names:
Boykinia major A. Gray, misapplied[FNA8, HC, HC2]
Boykinia major A. Gray var. intermedia Piper[HC]