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  Fred Hrusa's CROSSWALK

This is an extract from the nomenclatural crosswalk compiled by Fred Hrusa. The crosswalk is a database that accounts for the application of names of California plants. For the most part, The Jepson Manual of 1993 is the source of accepted names. The crosswalk is Hrusa's attempt to determine the Jepson name for names occurring in previous literature. In this extract, the "accepted name" forms the first line of each paragraph, with synonyms and misapplications indented beneath it. The abbreviation pointed to by the arrow is the source of the application of the name. Expansions of the abbreviation can be found at the bottom of the page. Notes about the publication of a name, and sometimes other comments, can be found between curly brackets following the name. Links are provided for names that are represented in the Jepson Interchange.

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Looking for generic name Asclepias as accepted name or synonym

Mail comment Asclepias albicans S. Watson
Asclepias albicans Wats.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias asperula (Dcne.) Woodson subsp. asperula
Asclepias asperula (Dcne.) Woods. p.p.--->source: Mnz
Mail comment Asclepias californica Greene subsp. greenei Woodson
Asclepias californica Greene subsp. greenei Woodson--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias californica Greene
Asclepias californica Greene--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias cordifolia (Benth.) Jeps.
Asclepias cordifolia (Benth.) Jeps.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias cryptoceras S. Watson subsp. davisii (Woodson) Woodson
Asclepias cryptoceras Wats. subsp. davisii (Woodson) Woodson--->source: Jeps IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias cryptoceras S. Watson
Asclepias cryptoceras Wats.--->source: Jeps IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias curassavica L.
Asclepias curassavica L.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias eriocarpa Benth.
Asclepias eriocarpa Benth. var. microcarpa M. & J.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Asclepias eriocarpa Benth.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias erosa Torr.
Asclepias erosa Torr.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias fascicularis Dcne.
Asclepias fascicularis Dcne.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias linaria Cav.
Asclepias linaria Cav.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias nyctaginifolia A. Gray
Asclepias nyctaginifolia Gray--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias solanoana Woodson
Asclepias solanoana Woodson--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias speciosa Torr.
Asclepias speciosa Torr.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias speciosa x eriocarpa
Asclepias x giffordii Eastw. pro. sp.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias subulata Dcne.
Asclepias subulata Dcne.--->source: Mnz IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias vestita Hook. & Arn. var. parishii Jeps.
Asclepias vestita H. & A. subsp. parishii (Jeps.) Woodson--->source: Mnz
Asclepias vestita Hook. & Arn. var. parishii Jeps.--->source: Jeps IPNI
Mail comment Asclepias vestita Hook. & Arn.
Asclepias vestita H. & A.--->source: Mnz IPNI

These are the sources of the application of a name, not the place of publication of a name.
Jeps: Jepson Manual: Higher Plants of California. 1993 Hickman ed.
Mnz: P.A. Munz & D.D. Keck 1959. A California Flora