Lomatium tarantuloides

23 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Description. It is a very recently (2014) described species: «Lomatium tarantuloides Darrach & Hinchliff, sp. nov., is a narrow endemic of conservation concern growing primarily in shallow, gravelly, serpentine-derived soils in a small area of [...]

Lomatium bicolor var. leptocarpum

22 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Ethnobotany. A food for the Paiute Peoples. The peeled roots were eaten raw or pit cooked and boiled or dried for future use. According to Kelly, Isabel T. in “Ethnography of the Surprise Valley Paiute” (1932).  Description. The [...]

Lomatium canbyi

22 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Ethnobotany. A food for the Klamath, Paiute, Okanagan-Colville, Nez-Percés, Chinookan, Salish and Modoc Peoples. The peeled roots were eaten raw or pit cooked and boiled or dried for future use. According to Coville, Frederick V. in “Notes [...]

Lomatium peckianum

20 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Description. The plants are glaucous and glabrous or minutely scabrous and are from 10 to 45 cm high. The taproot is slender and scabrous. The leaves have 5/10 cm wide blades with ternately or ternate-pinnately dissected, segments which are linear [...]