Cymopterus


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Cymopterus

a genus of toxic plants in the family Apiaceae; contain furanocoumarins which cause primary photosensitization. Includes C. longipes, C. watsonii. Called also spring parsley.
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Fort Irwin consists of approximately 755,000 acres in the Mojeve Desert and is home to six known flora/fauna and threatened, endangered or sensitive (TES) species, including the Lane Mountain Milkvetch, Desert Tortoise, Mojave Fringe Toed Lizard, Desert Cymopterus, Burrowing Owls, and the Mojave Ground Squirrel.
Photosensitization in ducklings induced by seeds of Cymopterus watsonii and C.
Photosensitizing effects of Cymopterus watsonii and Cymopterus longipes in chickens and turkey poults.
C, E, Ha N 4222 [Chervil] Cymopterus macrorhizus Buckley E, Ha N 3137 [Big-root wavewing] Eryngium leavenworthii Torr.
Other examples of genera with winged fruits not included in that study include Anethum, Angelica, Cymopterus, Ferula, Heracleum, Laserpitium, Ligusticum, Lomatium, Pastinaca, and Thapsia.
Table 3-4 Plants causing photosensitization in livestock Common name Botanical name Agent Bishop's weed Ammi majus Primary Buckwheat Tagopyrum sagittatum Primary Dutchman's breeches Thamnosma texana Primary Rain lily Cooperia peduniculda Primary Spring parsley Cymopterus watsoni Primary St.
An environmental group called the Center for Biological Diversity earlier this week asked for the race to be postponed or relocated, citing concerns for potential harm to desert tortoises and Mohave ground squirrels and to rare plants, including the Barstow woolly sunflower and desert cymopterus.
Papilio Indra Phlox indra Reakirt Swallowtail longifolia Papilio Anise Cymopterus zelicaon Lucas Swallowtail terebinthinus Cymopterus terebinthinus (LFP) Pholisora Common Dipsacus catullus (F.
The race also endangers two plant species, the Barstow woolly sunflower and desert cymopterus, Patterson said.
Two conservation groups, the Center for Biological Diversity and the California Native Plant Society, are pushing federal officials to protect the desert cymopterus, saying development, cattle grazing and off-road vehicles are destroying the plant's habitat.
The desert cymopterus absolutely warrants listing as an endangered species,'' said Daniel Patterson, an ecologist with the Center for Biological Diversity, which had sued the government over the issue.
The Center for Biological Diversity and the California Native Plant Society sued in federal court in San Francisco, alleging the Bush administration failed to respond to a citizens' petition to safeguard the desert cymopterus, a perennial herb in the carrot family, also known as desert spring parsley.