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The Olga Lakela Herbarium

 

 

 

 
 

Scientific Value

Since 1990, Lakela Herbarium personnel provided the first documentation for the occurrence of the following species outside of cultivation in their respective states:

Minnesota

  • Acer platanoides (Norway maple)
  • Allium hollandicum (ornamental onion)
  • Astragalus cicer (chickpea milkvetch)
  • Botrychium acuminatum (pointed moonwort)
  • Botrychium ascendens (upswept moonwort)
  • Botrychium michiganense (Michigan moonwort)
  • Botrychium pseudopinnatum (false northwestern moonwort)
  • Camelina rumelica (graceful falseflax)
  • Campanula cervicaria (bristly bellflower)
  • Campanula persicifolia (willow bellflower)
  • Cardamine flexuosa (woodland bittercress)
  • Centaurea phrygia (wig knapweed)
  • Cephalaria gigantea (Tatarian cephalaria)
  • Clematis terniflora (yam-leaved clematis)
  • Cotoneaster acutifolius var. lucidus (hedge cotoneaster)
  • Daphne mezereum (February daphne)
  • Digitalis grandiflora (yellow foxglove)
  • Draba verna (spring whitlow-grass)
  • Echinops exaltatus (tall globe-thistle)
  • Elaeagnos umbellata (autumn-olive)
  • Euonymus alatus (winged burning bush)
  • Filipendula rubra (queen of the prairie)
  • Galium mollugo (white bedstraw)
  • Geranium pratense (meadow cranesbill)
  • Geranium robertianum (herb-Robert)
  • Geranium sanguineum (bloody cranesbill)
  • Hieracium caespitosum (yellow king-devil)
  • Hypericum maculatum subsp. obtusiusculum (spotted St. John's wort)
  • Impatiens glandulifera (ornamental jewelweed)
  • Lamiastrum galeobdolon (yellow archangel)
  • Lamium maculatum (spotted dead nettle)
  • Lathyrus sylvestris (everlasting pea)
  • Leontodon autumnalis (fall dandelion)
  • Leucanthemella serotina (giant daisy)
  • Logfia arvensis (field cottonrose)
  • Lonicera caerulea subsp. edulis (sweetberry honeysuckle)

  • Lonicera sempervireus (trumpet honeysuckle)
  • Lonicera ×salicifolia (willow-leaved honeysuckle)
  • Lysimachia vulgaris (garden loosestrife)
  • Malus baccata var. baccata (Siberian crab)
  • Malva moschata (musk mallow)
  • Phedimus aizoon (aizoon stonecrop)
  • Phedimus kamtschaticus (orange stonecrop)
  • Phedimus spurius (two-row stonecrop)
  • Poa bulbosa (bulbous bluegrass)
  • Polygonum xbohemicum (hybrid Japanese knotweed)
  • Rosa glauca (redleaf rose)
  • Rumex thyrsiflorus (narrow-leaved sorrel)
  • Scrophularia nodosa (figwort)
  • Sedum rupestre  (Jenny’s stonecrop)
  • Senecio viscosus (sticky groundsel)
  • Spergularia rubra (sand-spurry)
  • Spergularia salina (salt-marsh sand-spurrey)
  • Spiraea xbilliardii (hybrid spiraea)
  • Syringa reticulata subsp. reticulata (Japanese tree lilac)
  • Verbascum chaixii (nettle-leaved mullein)
  • Verbena officinalis (herb of the cross)
  • Veronica saturejiifolia (prostrate speedwell)
  • Vicia tetrasperma (four-seed vetch)

Wisconsin

  • Botrychium pseudopinnatum (false northwestern moonwort)
  • Geranium pratense (meadow cranesbill)
  • Malus baccata var. baccata (Siberian crab)
  • Rumex stenophyllus (narrowleaf dock)
  • Salsola collina (slender Russian-thistle)
  • Senecio viscosus (sticky groundsel)
  • Sparganium glomeratum (clustered bur-reed)
  • Syringa reticulata subsp. reticulata (Japanese tree lilac)

  • Thermopsis rhombifolia (round-leaved thermopsis)

Additional information can be found at the University of Minnesota Herbarium (MIN) and the Wisconsin State Herbarium (WIS).

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


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