Checklist » Polygonaceae » Polygonum achoreum
Last updated 1/30/2013 by David Giblin.
Polygonum achoreum S.F. Blake[FNA5, HC, HC2]
Blake's knotweed

Publication: Rhodora. 19: 232. 1917.

Origin: Native

selected vouchers: PLU

Notes: FNA5: "Polygonum achoreum frequently is confused with P. erectum. It can be distinguished by its usually homophyllous leaves, its perianth, which is enlarged at the base and constricted above the fruit, its longer perianth tube, and its yellow-green to tan, tubercled achenes."

References: (none)

Synonyms & Misapplied Names:
Polygonum erectum L. ssp. achoreum (S.F. Blake) Á. Löve & D. Löve