Tiquilia nuttallii (Nuttall's crinklemat,annual tiquilia, Nuttall sandmat, Nuttall's coldenia) is an annual, subshrub-like plant of middle and higher elevation deserts in the family Boraginaceae - borages or the forget-me-nots. It is found in western North America from central Washington to western Colorado, and northern California and northern Arizona; it is also found in a disjunct population in Missouri.
It is a short, low-growing plant, seldom over 4 to 12 in tall. Flowers are 5-lobed. Leaves are small with ridges, hence the name crinklemat.
Thomas Nuttall was an English botanist and zoologist who lived and worked in America from 1808 until 1841.
Cornus nuttallii, the Pacific dogwood,western dogwood, or mountain dogwood, is a species of dogwood tree native to western North America.
Nuttall's woodpecker is a species of woodpecker named after naturalist Thomas Nuttall in 1843. They are found in oak woodlands of California and are similar to the ladder-backed woodpecker in both genetics and appearance.
Helianthus nuttallii, or Nuttall's sunflower, is a species of sunflower native to northern, central, and western North America, from Newfoundland west to British Columbia, south to Missouri, New Mexico, and California.
Calochortus nuttallii, also known as the sego lily, is a bulbous perennial plant that is endemic to the Western United States. It is the state flower of Utah.
Tiquilia is a genus of flowering plants in the borage family, Boraginaceae. The 27 species in this genus are known by the common name crinklemat. They are native to the Western Hemisphere and are mostly found in desert regions.
Elodea nuttallii is a species of waterweed known by the common name western waterweed or Nuttall's waterweed. This is a perennial aquatic plant which is native to North America where it grows submersed in lakes, rivers, and other shallow water bodies. It is also found in Eurasia, where it is commonly weedy; it is not known as a weed species in its native range. It is sometimes used as an aquarium plant.
Tiquilia plicata, the fanleaf crinklemat or fan-leaved tiquilia, is a perennial, subshrub-like plant of lower elevation deserts in the family Boraginaceae, the borages and forget-me-nots. It is found in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, in the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, Sonora, and Baja California. It is a short, low-growing plant, seldom over 12 in tall.
Tiquilia canescens, the woody crinklemat or shrubby tiquilia, is a perennial, shrub in mid- to lower-elevation desert regions in the family Boraginaceae - Borage or the Forget-me-nots. It is found in the southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico, in the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Chihuahua, Sonora, and Baja California. It is a short, low-growing plant, seldom over 15 in tall.
Valerianella nuttallii, or Nuttall's cornsalad, is a small dicot annual plant of the family Caprifoliaceae which can be found growing within the United States in areas of Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Cardamine nuttallii is a species of cardamine known by the common name Nuttall's toothwort. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to California, where it grows in moist mountain habitats.
Isoetes nuttallii, or Nuttall's quillwort, is a species of quillwort, a type of lycopod. It is native to shallow waters and other wet habitats of western North America from British Columbia to California. It produces up to 60 pointed, cylindrical, green to gray-green leaves, each 7 to 17 centimeters long. The velum completely covers the spherical sporangia, which are 5 millimeters long and 1.5 millimeters wide. The ligule is small and triangular. The megaspores are 400 to 500 micrometers in diameter. The microspores, which are spiny and covered in tubercles, are 28 to 31 micrometers long.
Leptosiphon nuttallii is a species of flowering plant in the phlox family known by the common name Nuttall's linanthus.
Minuartia nuttallii is a species of flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae known by the common names Nuttall's sandwort and brittle sandwort.
Viola nuttallii is a perennial herbaceous plant in the violet family (Violaceae), and is one of the few violet species with lanceolate leaves. It is native to the western Canada and the north-central and western United States.
Tiquilia palmeri is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common names Palmer's crinklemat and Palmer's tiquilia.
Atriplex nuttallii, also known as Nuttall's saltbush, is native to central and western North America. It has been treated by some botanists as a synonym of Atriplex canescens.
Toxicoscordion nuttallii is a species of poisonous plant native to the south-central part of the United States.
Bigelowia nuttallii is a species of North American flowering plants in the daisy family, native to the southern United States.
Polygonum nuttallii is a North American species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family known by the common name Nuttall's knotweed. It grows in the Pacific Northwest, in British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon.