Flora of Eastern Washington and Adjacent Idaho


Tragopogon mirus
Ownbey
remarkable goatsbeard

Asteraceae; Native
SYNONYMS
None


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In Pullman, WA along the NE edge of parking lot (RR tracks) at the corner of NE Spring St and Lentil Ln; N 46.73042 W 117.17231; Whitman Co.; 5/30/2014 In Pullman, WA along the NE edge of parking lot (RR tracks) at the corner of NE Spring St and Lentil Ln; N 46.73042 W 117.17231; Whitman Co.; 5/30/2014 In Pullman, WA along the NE edge of parking lot (RR tracks) at the corner of NE Spring St and Lentil Ln; N 46.73042 W 117.17231; Whitman Co.; 5/30/2014  
 
In Pullman, WA along the NE edge of parking lot (RR tracks) at the corner of NE Spring St and Lentil Ln; N 46.73042 W 117.17231; Whitman Co.; 5/30/2014 In Pullman, WA along the NE edge of parking lot (RR tracks) at the corner of NE Spring St and Lentil Ln; N 46.73042 W 117.17231; Whitman Co.; 5/30/2014 Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plant on left T. pratensis; on right is T. mirus. Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plant on left T. pratensis; on right is T. mirus.
Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plant on left T. pratensis (two stalks); on right is T. mirus (two stalks). Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plants/heads from left to right: 1) T. pratensis in flower; 2) T. pratensis in fruit; 3 and 4 T. mirus. Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plants/heads from left to right: 1) T. dubius; 2) T. pratensis in flower; 3) T. pratensis in fruit; 4 and 5) T. mirus; 6) T. floccosus.  
 
  Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Plants/heads from left to right: 1) T. pratensis in flower; 2) T. pratensis in fruit; 3 and 4) T. mirus. Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. T. mirus on the left. T. pratensis in right.  
   
  Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Heads from left to right: 1) T. miscellus; 2) T. pratensis; 3) T. mirus. Tragopogon from the Pullman, WA area. Achenes from left to right: 1) T. miscellus; 2) T. pratensis; 3) T. mirus.  
   
       
       

 

 

 

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