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Last updated 3/4/2016 by David Giblin.
Crataegus okennonii J.B. Phipps[FNA9, HC2]
O'Kennon's hawthorn

Publication: Sida 18(1): 170-178, f. 2, 3 [map], 4a-c,f.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: WTU

Notes: Recently described (Phipps & O'Kennon 1998) and found east of the Cascades. A segregate from C. douglasii, differing in its fruit shape, fruit waxiness, twig color, and larger flowers. It is often difficult to identify. A key to black-fruited taxa is provided in Phipps & O'Kennon (2002).

References:

» Phipps, J. B. and R. J. O'Kennon. 1998. Three new species of Crataegus (Rosaceae) from western North America. C. okennonii, C. okanaganensis and C. phippsii. Sida 18: 169-191.
» Phipps, J. B. and R. J. O'Kennon. 2002. New taxa of Crataegus (Rosaceae) from the northern Okanagan-southwestern Shuswap diversity center. Sida 20: 115-144.
» Phipps, J. B., with R. J. O'Kennon and R. W. Lance. 2003. Hawthorns and Medlars. Timber Press, Portland.
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