[The Parsley Family East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington

The Genus Angelica

Canby's Angelica: Angelica canbyi

Canby's Angelica: Angelica canbyi

Lyall's Angelica, Sharptooth Angelica, Sharp-tooth Angelica, Shining Angelica: Angelica arguta (Synonyms: Angelica lyallii, Angelica piperi) - Fruits 5-8 mm long, glabrous. The whole plant, including the umbel, is glabrous. Leaflets 4-14 cm long.

Canby's Angelica: Angelica canbyi - Fruits 4-6 mm long, short-hairy or roughened. Leaves and lower stem glabrous while the umbel is pubescent. Leaflets 1.5-5.5 long.

Kneeling Angelica: Angelica genuflexa - A species of the Cascade Mts. and westward to the coast, this species may occasionally be found to the eastern foothills of the Cascades.

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