Pectocarya recurvata
Pectocarya recurvata is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common name curvenut combseed. It is native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, where it grows in many types of desert habitat. It is an annual herb producing a slender, rough-haired stem, generally upright to erect in form to a maximum height of about 21 centimeters. The small, pointed linear leaves alternately arranged along the stem. The inflorescence is a series of flowers, each on a curved pedicel. The flower has small green sepals and a rounded white corolla. The fruits, borne in groups of four, are curved nutlets fringed with flat teeth, each measuring 2.5 to 4 millimeters long.

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Pectocarya recurvata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pectocarya recurvata is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common name curvenut combseed. It is native to the southwestern United  ...
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Calflora: Pectocarya recurvata
Pectocarya recurvata, a dicot, is an annual herb that is native to California and is also found outside of California, but is confined to western North America.
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Plants Profile for Pectocarya recurvata (curvenut combseed)
... Images; Classification; Related Links. Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst. Show All Show Tabs curvenut combseed ... Pectocarya recurvata IM Johnst. Show All.
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Pectocarya recurvata - University and Jepson Herbaria
Annual to shrub, or non-green root parasite, often bristly or sharp-hairy. Stem: prostrate to erect. Leaf: basal and/or cauline, simple or compound, generally ...
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SEINet - Pectocarya recurvata
Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnston. Go to Encyclopedia of Life... Family: Boraginaceae. curvenut combseed, more..., arch-nutted comb-bur, arched comb- bur, ...
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File:Pectocarya recurvata nutlets.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
Pectocarya recurvata Arch-nutted Comb Bur. Buckeye Hills, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA. As in most Boraginaceae the fruit develops four nutlets. In this case ...
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Curvenut Combseed Pectocarya recurvata - Dave's Garden
Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Curvenut Combseed (Pectocarya recurvata) supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles ...
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Pectocarya recurvata
Scale bar = 1 mm. Pectocarya recurvata (SDSU 12802) Fruit, ventral view. Scale bar = 1 mm. Pectocarya recurvata (SDSU 12802) Fruit, side view. Scale bar = 1 ...
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Pectocarya recurvata - Encyclopedia of Life
Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst.: Mexico (Mesoamerica) United States (North America) Note: This information is based on publications available through ...
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ITIS Standard Report Page: Pectocarya recurvata
Go to Print Version. Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst. Taxonomic Serial No.: 31975. (Download Help) Pectocarya recurvata TSN 31975 ...
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Calflora: Pectocarya recurvata
Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnston ... Pectocarya recurvata, a dicot, is an annual herb that is native to California and is also ... University of California, Berkeley.
Plants Profile for Pectocarya recurvata (curvenut combseed)
... Images; Classification; Related Links. Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst. Show All Show Tabs curvenut combseed ... Pectocarya recurvata IM Johnst. Show All.
Pectocarya recurvata - CalPhotos - University of California, Berkeley
Pectocarya recurvata. Curvenut Combseed ID: 6212 3041 0633 0009 [detail] © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California. Pectocarya recurvata. Curvenut ...
Pectocarya recurvata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pectocarya recurvata is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common name curvenut combseed. It is native to the southwestern United  ...
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... Combseed also known as Pectocarya recurvata in the Encyclopedia of Life. ... Stanford University Press, Stanford. http://www.tropicos.org/Reference/1679 ...
Pectocarya recurvata - Curvenut combseed -- Discover Life
Pectocarya recurvata I. M. Johnst. CURVENUT COMBSEED ... Information System (PERE) · Jepson Interchange (University of California - Berkeley) (PERE)  ...
Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst. - Checklist View
... Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium in 136 occurrences ... Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera as Pectocarya recurvata I.M. ...
Tropicos | Name - Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst.
Pectocarya recurvata I.M. Johnst. Search in The Plant List ... Published In: Contributions from the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University 3: 97–98. 1932. ( Contr.
Sonoran Desert Plants - Pectocarya recurvata (Arched comb-bur)
Pectocarya recurvata (Arched comb-bur) ... Pectocarya recurvata ... "Arizona Flora", Thomas A. Kearney and Robert H. Peebles, 1960, University of California  ...
Books on the term Pectocarya recurvata
Pectocarya Recurvata
Pectocarya Recurvata
Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow, 2011
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Mojave Desert Wildflowers, 2nd: A Field Guide to Wildflowers, Trees, and Shrubs of the Mojave Desert, Including...
Mojave Desert Wildflowers, 2nd: A Field Guide to Wildflowers, Trees, and Shrubs of the Mojave Desert, Including...
Pam MacKay, 2013
Pam MacKay is involved in Mojave Desert conservation efforts and was instrumental in founding the Mojave Desert chapter of the California Native Plant Society, where she currently serves as field trip chair. A professor of biology at Victor Valley College, she lives in Apple Valley, California.
An Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States: Geraniaceae to ...
An Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States: Geraniaceae to ...
Le Roy Abrams, Roxana Stinchfield Ferris, 1923
March-May. 2. Pectocarya recur vata I. M. Johnston. Recurved Pectocarya. Fig. 4169. Pectocarya recurvata I. M. Johnston, Contr. Arnold Arb. No. 3: 97. 1932. Stems slender, simple below, with 2 to several erect or ascending branches above, ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its Native Plants
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its Native Plants
Clarence A. Hall, 2007
With its active fault systems, complex landforms, and myriad natural habitats, southern California boasts a rich and dynamic geologic environment. This abundantly illustrated volume at last provides an up-to-date, authoritative, and accessible resource for students and general readers interested in southern California's geology and native plan...
Flora of the Gran Desierto and Río Colorado of Northwestern ...
Flora of the Gran Desierto and Río Colorado of Northwestern ...
Richard Stephen Felger, 2000
P. recurvata 2' Nutlets straight or nearly so, the margins conspicuous, the margins and teeth lighter colored (often yellow) than the body, the teeth joined at their bases. P. platycarpa Pectocarya heterocarpa (I.M. Johnston) I.M. Johnston [P.
Temporal Dynamics and Ecological Process
Temporal Dynamics and Ecological Process
Colleen K. Kelly, Michael G. Bowler and Gordon A. Fox, 2014
Advance praise: 'It is generally believed, and indeed is often true, that species which are very similar will tend to compete, with the more effective competitor excluding the weaker. This important and interesting book shows that - to the contrary - the co-existence of similar species can greatly enrich the diversity of communities, and also ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its ...
Clarence A. Hall, Jr., 2007
... Pectocarya heterocarpa (comb bur), 30 Pectocarya linearis var. ferocula ( pectocarya), 50, 53 Pectocarya penicillata (pectocarya), 29, 47, 50, 53 Pectocarya platycarpa (comb bur), 30 Pectocarya pusilla (pectocarya), 53 Pectocarya recurvata ...
Desert Wild Flowers
Desert Wild Flowers
Edmund Jaeger, 1940
Liberally illustrated with detailed pen and ink line drawings, DESERT WILD FLOWERS was written by one of the nations most qualified desert botanists, Edmund Jaeger. The format of the book is a detailed plant identification guide, divided classically by plant family. The guide includes both scientific names as well as the common names for the desert...
Flora of the Santa Ana River and Environs: With References ...
Flora of the Santa Ana River and Environs: With References ...
2007
Pectocarya penicillata (winged pectocarya) occurs in the same environments as P. linearis but more often in sandy soils (see P. linearis). Pectocarya recurvata ( recurved pectocarya) is primarily a desert species, but is known from scattered ...
The Vascular Plants of Western Riverside County, California: An Annotated Checklist
The Vascular Plants of Western Riverside County, California: An Annotated Checklist
Fred M. Roberts, Jr. Scott D. White, Andrew C. Sanders and David E. Bramlet, 2004
Roberts, White, Sanders, Bramlet, and Boyd are botanists who have worked with southern California plants, their identification and documentation for over 20 years. Steve Boyd is the curator of the herbarium Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden at Claremont, California, and Andrew Sanders is the curator of the herbarium at the University of California, R...
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Signs of Life | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
A solitary, minuscule wildflower in the desert. [ Curvenut Combseed - Pectocarya recurvata ] - Hummingbird Springs Wilderness, Arizona + { View Large On Black } + © All Rights Reserved
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Kat Tracks: Cracking Up
Desert hideseed (Eucrypta micrantha) and mini popcorn flower (Pectocarya recurvata) sprout in a crack in basalt boulders along desert trails in Deem Hills. Cracks in the asphalt provide refuge for grasses and chickweed on the neighborhood streets.
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Warming Climate Chills Sonoran Desert's Spring Flowers | UANews
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Joshua Tree Wildflower Report 4/6/13 | Natural History Wanderings
 submitted by Julia Lynam Interpretive Ranger Joshua Tree National Park Joshua Tree Blooming Wildflowers as of April 6, 2013 Various species of cactus are beginning to bloom throughout the park and the Mojave Yuccas are putting on an excellent display while our peak Joshua Tree bloom is passing over, with seedpods beginning to form. The wildflower…
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Even in the desert, plants feel the heat of global warming
Desdemona Despair is the clearinghouse for all of the very worst news about the future of life on Earth, such as global warming, climate change, deforestation, overfishing, acidification, oil spills, resource depletion, drought, pollution, overpopulation, dead zones, mass extinction, and doom.
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Documented list of plants observed at Rancho El Aribabi by Jesus Sanchez Escalante
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Variety of Life: Cynoglosseae
Chinese forget-me-not Cynoglossum amabile, photographed by Forest & Kim Starr. Belongs within: Boraginaceae.
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Suburban Naturalist: From Down Under: Wattles, Kurrajongs & Gum Trees
Eucalyptus at a Phoenix golf course One of the curious things about Phoenix is that there are more species of plants in the urban area than there are in the immediately surrounding Sonoran Desert. This is because we have imported hundreds of plants from other parts of the world.
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Borrego Botany Blog: TEST #3
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