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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 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 [...]

Lomatium ambiguum

19 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Ethnobotany. A food for the Montana and the Okanagan-Colville Peoples. The spring roots were reduced to flour and the dried flowers and upper leaves were used to flavor meats, stews and salads. The Okanagan-Colville used this Lomatium also as a [...]

Lomatium suksdorfii

19 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Description. A perennial species Recent researches. In “An analysis of the volatile oil of Lomatium suksdorfii” (1960), Frank Pettinato, Louis Fischer and Nathan Hall have shown that the volatile oil of the fruits of Lomatium [...]

Lomatium tamanitchii

18 July 2017 // 0 Comments

Description. According to Mark Darrach et al in “Lomatium tamanitchii (Apiaceae) a New Species from Oregon and Washington State, USA”: «Lomatium tamanitchii (Apiaceae), is a newly discovered substrate-specific, narrow endemic species. [...]

Carbone mon Amour!

13 June 2017 // 0 Comments

L’espèce humaine est maintenant confrontée à un choix fondamental: c’est la Révolution Bio par le Carbone ou le Nécro-Codex Alimentarius des multinationales mortifères. La Vie ou la Mort. Péché de Carbone Dans mon précédent essai, [...]