Galium wrightii A. Gray  
Family: Rubiaceae
Wright's bedstraw,  more...
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Max Licher  
Plant: perennial herb; Polygamous perennials, variously glabrate, velvety, scabrous or hispid, but hairs not hooked; STEMS several to many, 15-50 cm high from suffrutescent bases Leaves: 4 per node, 7-20 mm long, linear, oblanceolate, rarely elliptic, narrowed gradually to broad insertions, narrowed abruptly to acute, often pungent, apices Flowers: in diffuse inflorescences, the branchlets divaricate and much exserted; corollas red, pink, or rarely yellow, rotate, mostly glabrous, the tips usually long and slender Fruit: FRUITS with long straight hairs Misc: Moist banks and sheltered slopes, in partial shade; 1000-2650 m (3500-8700 ft); May-Nov REFERENCES: Dempster, Lauramay T. 1995. Rubiaceae. J. Ariz. – Nev. Sci. 29(l): 29.
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Max Licher  
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Patrick Alexander  
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Patrick Alexander  
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