A new species of cymopterus (Umbelliferae) from northwestern Wyoming Authors
Cite this article as: Hartman, R.L. & Kirkpatrick, R.S. Brittonia (1986) 38: 420. doi:10.2307/2807092 Abstract Cymopterus evertii, from Park and Hot Springs counties, Wyoming, is described as new. It appears to be a derivative taxon from what has been called C. bipinnatus. Data are presented justifying the relegation of the latter name to synonymy under C. nivalis. A key is provided for distinguishing C. evertii from its presumed closest relatives. Literature Cited
Evert, E. F. 1983. A new species of
Lomatium (Umbelliferae) from Wyoming, Madroño 30: 143–146.
— 1984a. A new species of
Antennaria (Asteraceae) from Montana and Wyoming. Madroño 31: 109–112.
Penstemon absarokensis, a new species of Scrophulariaceae from Wyoming Madroño 31: 140–143.
— & L. Constance. 1982.
, a new genus and species of Umbelliferae from Wyoming. Syst. Bot. 7: 471–475.
Hartman, R. L. 1985. A new species of
(Umbelliferae) from southern Idaho. Brittonia 37: 102–105.
— & L. Constance. 1985. Two new species of
(Umbelliferae) from western North America. Brittonia 37: 88–95.
Mathias, M. E. & L. Constance. 1944–45. Umbelliferae. N. Amer. Fl. 28B: 43–295.
© the New York Botanical Garden 1986