Taxon  Report   3017 
Epilobium septentrionale  (Keck) Raven
Humboldt County fuchsia,  northern willowherb
Epilobium septentrionale, a dicot, is a perennial herb that is native to California and is endemic (limited) to California.
It is included in the CNPS Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants on list 4.3 (limited distribution).   7th Edition  /  8th Edition

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Epilobium septentrionale
© 2005 Jennifer L. Kalt
Epilobium septentrionale
© 2005 Jennifer L. Kalt
North Coastal Coniferous Forest, Redwood Forest, Douglas-Fir Forest, Mixed Evergreen Forest
Genus: Epilobium
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Name Status:
Accepted by TJM2 + PLANTS + JM93
Alternate Names:
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TJM2 + PLANTS: Epilobium canum ssp. septentrionale
TJM2 + PLANTS: Zauschneria septentrionalis
 Information about  Epilobium septentrionale  from other sources:

Nursery availability and horticultural info on CNPLX

Photos on CalPhotos / Google Images

website references on Google

Jepson eFlora (TJM2)

Records from the Consortium of California Herbaria

Original Publication citation. on the International Plants Names Index

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Suggested Citation
Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation,
with data contributed by public and private institutions and individuals, including the Consortium of California Herbaria.
[web application]. 2015. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization].
Available:   (Accessed: Mar 30, 2015).

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