Mead's milkweed


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Related to Mead's milkweed: Asclepias meadii
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Synonyms for Mead's milkweed

milkweed of central North America

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We didn't locate any Mead's Milkweed that day, but we did learn the definition of a "native prairie remnant.
A healthy population of the endangered Mead's Milkweed is thriving.
Mead's milkweed populations could be affected by foot and horse traffic and by suppression of prescribed fires needed to allow the plant's reproduction.
Gray, the Mead's milkweed, is a long-lived clonal perennial native to tallgrass prairies in the central United States.
Although we lack data on reproduction in the 1980s, fruit production of Mead's milkweed at this site in the 1990s has been extremely low.
Ecology of the Mead's milkweed (Asclepias meadii Torrey).
Restoration of the federally threatened Mead's milkweed (Asclepias meadii).
2009, Missouri Mead's milkweed (Asclepias meadii) 2004-2008: Five year status review.
Genetic variability in the federal threatened Mead's Milkweed, Asclepias meadii Torrey (Asclepiadaceae), as determined by allozyme electrophoresis.
Recovery and restoration implications of DNA and allozyme variation in Mead's milkweed.