mariposa lily

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mariposa lily:

see lilylily,
common name for the Liliaceae, a plant family numbering several thousand species of as many as 300 genera, widely distributed over the earth and particularly abundant in warm temperate and tropical regions.
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Specifically, the question under consideration is: "In Weed's Mariposa Lily, Calochortus weedii var.
Nonfruiting hermaphroditic flowers of Calochortus leichtlinii (Liliaceae): potential reproductive functions.
The Calochortus are a spectacular American wildflower that can be grown in domestic gardens.
Calochortus Also known as a fairy lantern, this late spring-flowering bulb has long narrow green leaves and carries a three- petal led yellow flower which opens to reveal striking brown blotches, similar to butterfly wings.
CALOCHORTUS LUTEUS - also known as a fairy lantern, has long narrow green leaves and carries a three-petalled yellow flower which opens to reveal striking brown blotches, similar to the wings of a butterfly.
The geophytes Dichelostemma capitatum, Calochortus albus, Sanicula laciniata, and Erigeron sanctarum had correlations with heating that were similar to those of Koeleria, de spite the greater depth their perennating tissue occurs in the soil (Fig.
No one had described Calochortus tiburonensis, a member of the lily family, until 1972.
Sm.) Espejo Viridantha tortilis E CM MTX, BQ (Klotzsch ex Baker) Espejo CALOCHORTACEAE Calochortus barbatus H MX MTX, P, BQ, (Kunth) J.
Many native forbs like mariposa lily (Calochortus macrocarpus) and Douglas' brodiaea (Tritelia douglasii) occurred in the open spaces between shrubs; however, cheatgrass often dominated these spaces.
("Calocorthineae").--Type: Calochortus Pursh, 1813.--Validated