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Vallejo-Marin M (2012) Mimulus peregrinus (Phrymaceae): A new British allopolyploid species. Phytokeys
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Mimulus Phrymaceae Invasive species Hybridisation Polyploidisation Speciation; Occurrence; Specimen
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [48.32, -11.76], North East [63.17, 3.67]|
Mimulus peregrinus (Phrymaceae) is an allopolyploid species (2n = 92). Putative parents are: Mimulus guttatus x Mimulus luteus.
|Species||Mimulus peregrinus (wanderer monkey flower)|
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|Title||Mimulus in the United kingdom|
|Funding||Carnegie Trust Travel Grant|
|Study Area Description||Lowther Hills, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. United Kingdom.|
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This population was found based on previous records of mimulus in the area, as well as preliminary exploration of this region.
|Study Extent||Field study of Mimulus populations in the United Kingdom|
Method step description:
- Plants identified along the banks of a stream.
|Collection Name||Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh|
|Parent Collection Identifier||n/a|
|Specimen preservation methods||Dried and pressed|