An individual instance of Delphinium newtonianum (Newton's larkspur)
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Delphinium newtonianum

D.M. Moore


common name: Newton's larkspur
family: Ranunculaceae
Identified 2007-06-22 by Ron Thomas


Buffalo National River, Tyler Bend area, Peter's Cave Rd (CoRd241), .9 k (by rd) SW of CoRd281 (paved), Searcy County, Arkansas, US
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Coordinate uncertainty about: 50 m.

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Missouri Botanical Garden and Harvard University Herbaria, 2008. eFloras. Saint Louis, MO, US.

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