eriogonum

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eriogonum:

see buckwheatbuckwheat,
common name for certain members of the Polygonaceae, a family of herbs and shrubs found chiefly in north temperate areas and having a characteristic pungent juice containing oxalic acid. Species native to the United States are most common in the West.
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Eriogonum fasciculatum (California buckwheat), Baccharis salicifolia (mule fat)] (Zedler 2001, Bonner and Karrfalt 2008).
83,85,91] Eriogonum fasciculatum Setaria italica (L.
1-m elevation range intermediate between that of Eriogonum fasciculatum (a subshrub of the coastal sage scrub) and Salicornia subterminalis (an obligate wetland subshrub of tidal marshes).