Anemone narcissiflora var. monantha

de Candolle

Syst. Nat. 1: 213. 1817.

Synonyms: Anemone narcissiflora subsp. alaskana Hultén Anemone narcissiflora subsp. interior Hultén Anemone narcissiflora subsp. sibirica (Linnaeus) Hultén Anemone narcissiflora var. uniflora Eastwood
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3.

Aerial shoots 10-50 cm. Basal leaves 3-5; petiole (2-)4-7 cm; leaflets puberulous to moderately villous and glabrate; lateral leaflets 1-2×-lobed; ultimate lobes 3-6 mm wide. Inflorescences 2-3(-5)-flowered umbels or flowers solitary; peduncle puberulous to villous to nearly glabrous; involucral bracts (2-)3, obtriangular, 3-cleft, (1-)1.5-2.5 cm, surfaces puberulous to moderately villous and glabrate; lateral segments unlobed. Flowers: sepals 5-8, white, or abaxially white or blue and adaxially white; stamens 40-60. Pedicels (4.5-)7-14(-18.5) cm in fruit. Achenes: body 6-9 mm.

Phenology: Flowering spring–summer (May–Jul).
Habitat: Moist slopes, grassy areas, thickets
Elevation: 0-1700 m


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B.C., N.W.T., Yukon, Alaska, Asia.


Selected References


Lower Taxa

Bryan E. Dutton +, Carl S. Keener +  and Bruce A. Ford +
de Candolle +
B.C. +, N.W.T. +, Yukon +, Alaska +  and Asia. +
0-1700 m +
Moist slopes, grassy areas, thickets +
Flowering spring–summer (May–Jul). +
Illustrated +
Anemone narcissiflora subsp. alaskana +, Anemone narcissiflora subsp. interior +, Anemone narcissiflora subsp. sibirica +  and Anemone narcissiflora var. uniflora +
Anemone narcissiflora var. monantha +
Anemone narcissiflora +
variety +