1. MYRICACEAE
   [Tourn.] L. sp. Pl. 1062.  1753

Description

Locale

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Myricales

Family Myricaceae    (Family Information, Photo Gallery and Map Gallery)  1 : 584
            Comptonia peregrina (L.) J.M.Coult.  Plant found in Wisconsin * +
              sweet-fern
                  Comptonia ceterach Mirb.
                  Comptonia peregrina (L.) J.M.Coult. var. asplenifolia (L.) Fernald
                  Comptonia peregrina (L.) J.M.Coult. var. tomentosa A.Chev.
                  Liquidambar peregrina L.
                  Myrica asplenifolia L.
                  Myrica asplenifolia L. var. tomentosa (A.Chev.) Gleason
                  Myrica comptonia C.DC.
                  Myrica peregrina (L.) Kuntze
            Myrica gale L.  Plant found in Wisconsin * +
              meadow-fern, sweet gale
                  Gale palustris (Lam.) A.Chev.
                  Gale palustris (Lam.) A.Chev. var. denticulata A.Chev.
                  Gale palustris (Lam.) A.Chev. var. lusitanica A.Chev.
                  Gale palustris (Lam.) A.Chev. var. subglabra A.Chev.
                  Gale palustris (Lam.) A.Chev. var. tomentosa (C.DC.) A.Chev.
                  Myrica gale L. var. gale
                  Myrica gale L. var. subglabra (A.Chev.) Fernald
                  Myrica gale L. var. tomentosa C.DC.
                  Myrica palustris Lam.


medicinal plant

Sources:

Nathanie1 L. Britton amd Addison Lord Brown,
An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada, and the British Possessions from Newfoundland to the Parallel of the Southern Boundary of Virginia, and from the Atlantic Ocean Westward to the 102d Meridian, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913

Wisconsin State Herbarium, University of Wisconsin - Madison, WISFLORA: Wisconsin Vascular Plant Specie
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