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Comparative Anatomy and Morphology of Asclepias perennis and Asclepias tuberosa Subspecies Rolfsii
Author(s): T. W. Lucansky and K. T. Clough
Journal: Botanical Gazette
Article Topic(s): Morphology,Provenance
Research Setting(s): Laboratory,Forest,Wetland,Upland
Species Referenced: Asclepias perennis (Aquatic milkweed),
AbstractCompares structural characteristics of Asclepias perennis and A. tuberosa and relates these characteristics to habitat. There were anatomical differences between the two species and between species occurring in dry, sunny habitats versus wet, shaded sites.
Suggested CitationT. W. Lucansky and K. T. Clough. "Comparative Anatomy and Morphology of Asclepias perennis and Asclepias tuberosa Subspecies Rolfsii." Botanical Gazette 147.3 (1986): 290-301.