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Last updated 5/3/2013 by David Giblin.
Erythranthe nasuta (Greene) G.L. Nesom[HC2]
large-nose monkey-flower, snouted monkey-flower

Publication: Phytoneuron 2012-40: 44. 2012.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: WTU

Notes: Nesom, Phytoneuron 40: 1–123: "Erythranthe nasuta is characterized by its annual duration (fibrous-rooted), 4-angled stems, broadly ovate leaves commonly with irregularly toothed margins, calyces with longish, protruding upper lobe, short corollas (autogamous –– chasmogamous or cleistogamous), and glandular vestiture only in the axils. At least the distal and bracteal leaves consistently have hirtellous to hirsutulous adaxial surfaces, even in the smallest of plants."

References:

» Phytoneuron 40: 1–123.
Synonyms & Misapplied Names:
Mimulus guttatus DC. var. nasutus (Greene) Jeps.
Mimulus nasutus Greene
Mimulus puncticalyx Gand.