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Location: Osage County, OK
Month of Photograph: June
Distribution Map: Amphora canescens - Distibution Map Spacer
USDA, NRCS. 2012. The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov, 16 January 2012). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC 27401-4901 USA. Spacer Guests can be assured that there is established evidence that this plant has been found in all of the green filled counties of Arkansas. However, the white filled counties should not be interpreted as counties in which this plant does not grow. They should instead be interpreted as counties which lack officially sanction evidence of the plants presence there.

Family: Fabaceae

Flower -- Inflorescence

Amphora canescens -
Not all images on this page were photographed on the same day or at the same location. The precise location and date that specific photographs were taken can be obtained by email.
Amorpha canescens occurs in the state of Arkansas. It can be found in the book "Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Arkansas"*. However, the images shown on this page are from photographs taken in the Tall Grass Prairie, Osage County, Oklahoma.

*Gentry, Johnnie L., George P. Johnson, Brent T. Baker, C. Theo. Witsell, Jennifer D. Ogle, and Donald E. Culwell. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Arkansas: A Publication of the Arkansas Vascular Flora Project. Fayetteville, AR: U of Arkansas Herbarium, 2013. Print.

Amphora canescens - Compound Leaves Compound Leaves

For additional images of this species visit the Encyclopedia of Life.

For a detailed text description of this plant see the most excellent site of Dr. J Hilty - Illinois Wildflowers

Amphora canescens - Plant Colony Plant Colony
Amphora canescens - Inflorescens in BudInflorescens in Bud
Amphora canescens - Plant ColonyPlant Colony
Amphora canescens - InflorescenceInflorescence
Upper Plant
Amphora canescens - Upper Plant

Inflorescence Close Up
Amphora canescens - Inflorescence Close Up