CNPS.ORG Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants - 7th edition interface
v7-14nov 11-15-14
Status: record cirsium_praeteriens - Wed, Nov. 26, 2014 03:40 ET c
Cirsium praeteriens
common namelost thistle
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familyAsteraceae
life formperennial herb
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 1A
CA-Endemic
LIST 1A: Presumed extinct in California.
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SX      ranking system key
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GX      ranking system key
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CA state listingNone  
federal listingNone  
where found
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Topographic quads (1):
Palo Alto (428B)* 3712242
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Counties, states, regions:
Santa Clara (SCL)*
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CNPS habitats•unknown
blooming period Jun-Jul  
elevation range0 - 100 meters
notes
Known from only two collections from Palo Alto (last in 1901). Perhaps represents a casual introduction from the Old World. Not in The Jepson Manual. See Contributions from the Gray Herbarium 53:19 (1918) for original description.
full nameCirsium praeteriens J.F. Macbride
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standard acronym   Element Code  PDAST2E2B0
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Suggested citation: California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2014. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v7-14nov). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on Wed, Nov. 26, 2014 from http://www.cnps.org/inventory

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