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Endangered, threatened, extinct, endemic, and rare or restricted Utah vascular plants
TLDR
The vascular plant flora of Utah is both large and complex, representing numerous floristic elements from many parts of North America, including unique and provincial elements restricted to the state. Expand
Terrestrial vertebrate fauna of the Kaiparowits Basin
.\bstr^ct.This report inehides data collected during an investigation by Brighani Young University personnel from 1971 to 1976, as well as a literature review. The fauna of the Kaiparowits Basin isExpand
A revision of the Phacelia crenulatae group (hydrophyllaceae) for North America
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This taxononiic monograph of Phacelia crenulatae gioup for North America recognizes 35 species and 7 varieties based on herbarium specimens and extensive field observations and collections made throughout North America. Expand
Flora of the National Reactor Testing Station
The National Reactor Testing Station (NRTS) is located along the western edge of the upper Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho. The area covered in this study comprises 894 square miles ofExpand
Preliminary index of Utah vascular plant names
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This is an index to vascular plant names of Utah, arranged in alphabetical order by genus, species, and infraspecific taxa. Expand
NEW TAXA OF CAMISSONIA (ONAGRACEAE); ERIGERON, HYMENOXYS, AND TETRADYMIA (COMPOSITAE); LEPIDIUM AND PHYSARIA (CRUCIFERAE) FROM ARIZONA, NEW MEXICO, AND UTAH
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Three new taxa are described from the Arizona Strip in northwestern Arizona and each is compared to related species based on differences in morphology as well as two new species from Utah. Expand
An Erigeron from Nevada and a Penstemon from Idaho
Described as new species are Erigeron cavernensis Welsh & Atwood from the Schell Creek Range and Currant Mountain, White Pine County, Nevada, and Penstemon idahoensis Atwood & Welsh from the GooseExpand
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